GREENBERG: Juicing your pain

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GREENBERG: More sex walk, less sex talk

Guest Column

New Web site provides retail info

John Shi ’12 spent more than three hours one weekend this fall combing New Haven retailers for wine glasses. That frustrating experience, he said, inspired him to streamline the way Yalies shop. His solution: YaleLocal, a Web site that Shi said will help students find the products they are looking for at New Haven businesses. […]

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Student productions vie for space

Ari Berkowitz ’12 planned to stage her production of “Twilight: A Britney Spears Musical” at the Off Broadway Theater — the largest undergraduate performance venue and the only one with a professional quality dance floor. But when her application for the space was rejected, Berkowitz, like hundreds of other students each semester, had to scramble […]

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Foreign Yalies face scrutiny in travels

Before Murad Khan ’11 flew back to campus from his native Pakistan on Saturday, he expected to face increased security following the attempted Christmas Day airline attack by a Nigerian-born terrorist. But Khan experienced nothing out of the ordinary in his travels, he said. In fact, he said he is used to anticipating security searches. […]

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Justice on display at Law Library

While students bemoaned the injustice of their workloads during finals week, the Lillian Goldman Law Library welcomed the “Images of Justice” exhibit, showcasing a set of the library’s rare illustrated law books. The exhibition, located on level L2 of the library, displays four European legal volumes from the 16th through 18th centuries depicting Lady Justice […]

Culture

Toad’s hosts sex forum

Toad’s Place swapped dancers and penny drinks for activists and open discussion during Wednesday afternoon’s “Sex at Yale: The Toad’s Edition” forum hosted by the Yale Women’s Center. Recognizing the New Haven dance club and concert venue as a staple of Yale’s sexual culture, Women’s Center representatives encouraged Yalies to “see Toad’s with the lights […]

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Yalie filmmaker dishes on new movie

Though his first drama production debuted in the Timothy Dwight College dining hall in 1999, David Brind ’00 is taking a much bigger stage this month. Brind’s new film “Dare,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last January, opened Friday at select theaters in New York and Los Angeles. The film — starring Emmy […]

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Twins team up, split up

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Pilot Pen drops tournament

Pilot Pen Corporation of America will pull its sponsorship New Haven’s Pilot Pen Tennis Tournament after 15 years — a move that puts the city’s most attended professional sporting event in jeopardy and could cause the city to lose millions of dollars. Though Pilot Pen has committed to one final tournament, which will take place […]

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Franco breaks hearts

“I love you!” screamed a girl seated in the buzzing crowd when James Franco made his way to the small stage in Linsly-Chittenden Hall Thursday afternoon. The giggling din grew even louder as Yale’s own paparazzi — students armed with camera phones and digital cameras — snapped away before Franco’s talk began. Approximately 80 percent […]

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Franco arrives, Yale swoons

Berkeley College and the Yale Film Society hosted a Master’s Tea in Linsly-Chittenden Hall today with actor, screenwriter, director and professional student James Franco, one of Hollywood’s most swoon-worthy celebrities. Franco, who has garnered critical acclaim for his roles in “Milk” and “Pineapple Express,” spoke about his newer roles as a writer in Columbia University’s […]

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