YSFP sustains speaker series

March 30, 2007
Two women involved in food policy at the local and national levels spoke about the importance of a sustainable, locally-based food system at a panel discussion Thursday afternoon. Both Rebecca Nemec, a fellow at The Food Project in Massachusetts, and Jennifer McTiernan, a founding member of CitySeed in New Haven, discussed the various economic and »

Elis react to new music service

January 29, 2007
Napster, Kazaa and Limewire have all had their heyday offering free and illegal music, but students looking to stay within the limits of the law now have a new downloading option. Last week, digital entertainment service Ruckus Network made its library of over 2 million songs available free of charge to all college students, faculty, »

Students want more publicity about fee

October 24, 2006
An 80 percent participation rate in the Student Activities Fee this year — up from 63 percent in 2005 — has given the Yale Student Activities Committee enough resources to fund a series of new schoolwide events this fall. But while many Yalies said they were glad to contribute money in support of more campus »

Church welcomes LGBT

October 11, 2006
Reverend John Gage ’92 was officially installed as senior minister at United Church on the Green only a little over three weeks ago, but it took him no time at all to become a celebrity at his local Starbucks. When he stopped in for his morning coffee one Thursday, Gage said, he was surprised and »

Freshman advising disappoints many

September 20, 2006
When Elizabeth Sutton-Stone ’10 heard her name called out in the Davenport College common room along with those of the three other girls assigned to her academic adviser, she was a little surprised — and less than thrilled — to hear that she had been grouped with three of her suitemates. Four days after moving »