YSFP sustains speaker series

March 30, 2007 • 0
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 • 0
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 • 0
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 • 0
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 • 0
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 »