Google Glass comes to Bass
Google Glass will soon become available for student and faculty use at the Bass Library media center.
Rare Bibles arrive at Beinecke
This month, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library announced the acquisition of two 16th-century editions of the Bible.
Teashop ready to boil
Yalies craving a hot beverage to ward off the chill will now have a new option available to them: a shop that specializes in tea.
Students try health professions
Each Saturday, a select group of high school students descend upon the Yale School of Medicine to plan for futures in the health professions.
Shop-dine-park unveiled in New Haven
City officials have unveiled a special new gift card that is only usable in New Haven — and the first of its kind. Unveiled Jan. 6, the Shop-Dine-Park card is accepted at any business in the Elm City that takes Discover. Michael Mohler, deputy director of the Transportation, Traffic and Parking Department said that the »
Student band releases first EP
A Yale band that has been playing for almost three years is releasing its first EP this week. Comprised of four juniors, Nero, My Panda will release an EP entitled “Jokes That Aren’t Jokes” on Thursday. The EP, which features four songs, will be available for a free download on Soundcloud and on the band’s »
Tweed construction underway
At Tweed New Haven Regional Airport, a $1.31 million effort to improve pedestrian and vehicle accessibility has taken flight. The construction project began the first week of October and will simplify the current parking scheme by merging two of the airport’s three lots into a larger 90-car zone, with a pedestrian walkway installed down the »
Shops at Yale promote breast cancer research
This week, shops on Broadway, York and Chapel Streets are offering discounts for those who donate to breast cancer research in New Haven. In order to participate in the fundraiser, known as Six Days to Save, customers must buy pink bracelets for $5 from participating stores. Proceeds from these bracelets will be donated directly to »
Crime on decline in Elm City
Crime is on the decline in Elm City — since the end of 2011, homicides and shooting incidents have fallen by nearly 50 percent.