LIVE COVERAGE: Frankenstorm

Administrators implemented a 5:30 p.m. curfew for students on Monday as severe weather began to hit campus.
Administrators implemented a 5:30 p.m. curfew for students on Monday as severe weather began to hit campus. Photo by Jacob Geiger.

Update 10.31.12: Though the News will continue reporting on the effects of Hurricane Sandy on the University and Elm City, we will no longer be updating this page as it has fulfilled its purpose: helping Yalies follow the storm as it traveled through New Haven.

Hurricane Sandy is on her way, and we at the Yale Daily News will be covering her visit to campus. Keep your eye on this page for links to our continuing coverage. Also, follow up on Twitter for continuing updates: @yaledailynews.

Most recent stories are at the top:

Sandy leaves Yale largely unscathed

City, state clean up after Sandy

After Sandy, recovery process begins

University imposes curfew

Region responds to storm

City offers homeless storm support

Day One: Braving the Storm

Ginkgo tree in TD courtyard loses limb

How to properly raise a toast to Sandy

Sandy creates widespread flooding, power outages

Parts of campus may lose power

UPDATED: Yale issues 5:30 p.m. curfew

Yale Club drops dress code to shelter stranded Yalies

Early action extension applies only to some

Weather advisory warns 90 mph winds

UPDATE: Tuesday classes canceled

City, state prepare for impending weather

Hurricane Sandy hits campus

The top 8 songs to help you weather the storm

Citing hurricane, Yale extends early action deadline

Survival Guide: Hurricane Sandy

Things to know for Frankenstorm

UPDATE: All classes canceled Monday due to storm

Professors cancel classes due to Frankenstorm

DeStefano calls state of emergency

Take cover, Sandy is coming

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