By Associated Press
Heather Gerken said in a statement that proceeding with the confirmation process without more review is not in the best interest of the Supreme Court or the legal profession.
A Yale administrator says the university police officers who responded to a call about a black graduate student who had fallen asleep in the common area of a campus residence admonished the white student who reported it.
Stanley Milgram’s famous electric-shock experiments tackled whether a person could be coerced into behaving heinously, but new research released Thursday offers one explanation as to why. Turns out, people actually feel disconnected from their actions when they comply with orders,…
By Joshua Barajas
At the University of Missouri, protests and a president's resignation have put a spotlight on heated debate taking place on campuses across the country over hateful speech and racial insensitivities. Greg Lukianoff of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education…
By PBS NewsHour
An online game asks players to share some of their wealth on faith that the others will reciprocate. But each player has the option of choosing not to share, amassing more and more wealth. In designing a game to test…
By Nsikan Akpan
An international study led by Yale University provides a new estimate for the planet's number of trees.
By Scott Jaschik, Inside Higher Ed
The debate over racial profiling -- already a hot topic on many college campuses -- gained renewed attention this weekend when Yale University police briefly detained a black male student Saturday evening.
By Justin Scuiletti
“Climate change” and “global warming” are often treated synonymously, but a new study says that the terms aren’t as interchangeable as one might think when it comes to public perception.
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