November 13, 2017
Reporter Eric Boodman will speak with journalist Carl Zimmer about scientific story-writing.
The Acorn, Silliman College’s new student-run café, is platinum-level certified through Yale’s green certification process for its sustainable attributes.
Daina Taimina crochets hyperbolic planes in order to better visualize these complex geometric shapes.
Vets and cadets had their photos taken with messages to those who serve and have served as part of the Nov. 10 Veterans Day program.
Picket discusses the initiative’s aims, including how it can change behavior across campus and the research opportunities it has made possible.
In honor of Veterans Day, here are stories about Yale veterans and the Nov. 10 ceremony marking this year’s observance.
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For Rob Henderson ’18, service in the military provided a stability that was lacking during his early childhood, when he lived in foster homes.
Members of the Yale community gathered in Woolsey Hall on Nov. 10 to observe Veterans Day.
November 10, 2017
While their childhoods were very different, Aaron Haviland and Tianyi Xin's desire to serve drew them both to the military and then to Yale Law School.
Journalists joined Yale professors for discussions about "fake news" and the state of journalism in America today.