Zachary Abrahamson
Court hears YLS case

Yale Law School students watched their work come to fruition Wednesday as the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Hein vs. Freedom from Religion Foundation, […]

Fischer pairs ice skating, comp sci

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Michael Fischer lifts his arms, extends his fingertips, and sweeps across the end […]

Wily sophomores face off in class-wide Assassins

These days, it is common to see Yale sophomores glancing over their shoulders and ducking around corners. In each pocket, a nervous hand fingers the […]

Yalies petition for vaccine

One week after the Yale chapter of Colleges Against Cancer started a petition calling on the University to subsidize the HPV vaccine Gardasil, over 1,200 […]

Univ. talks about race

A diverse group of students packed into the Calhoun College dining hall Thursday night to hear Julian Bond, Chairman of the National Association for the […]

Law School to aid in Supreme Court case

Yale Law School students and professors will serve as representatives for the Freedom From Religion Foundation in an upcoming Supreme Court case, marking the first […]

Students hazard all in campus Risk game

Durfee never saw it coming. Under cover of darkness Sunday night, Saybrugian and Piersonite forces stole out of L-Dub and mounted a frontal assault on […]

U.N. official to be fellow

The Yale Center for the Study of Globalization will add another dignitary to its Visiting Distinguished Fellow program this spring when former United Nations Deputy […]

Renovated Kahn building reopens

Featuring art ranging from Monet to a dumbbell made of Vaseline, the renovated Louis Kahn Building was open to the entire Yale community for the […]

New center for Catholics opens

St. Thomas More Chaplain Robert Beloin chose a single Bible verse to etch into a slab of red oak above the new lecture hall in […]

Dems make progress in ‘red’ South Dakota

While the national media characterizes this Great Plains state as about as red as they come, South Dakota voters challenged that perception late Tuesday by […]