Dean of Forestry School to help start magazine

Tree-huggers everywhere will be able to kick off their Birkenstocks this spring and immerse themselves in a new paperless publication. The magazine YaleEnvironmental Online will launch this spring under the leadership of Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Dean Gus Speth. The publication will attempt to fill the gap in the worldwide coverage of […]

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Ski-town lifestyle draws alums to mountaintops

Between graduate school applications and job searches, the fall of senior year can be one of the most stressful times of a college student’s life. Or, for those who go from “Yale to Vail,” it can be incredibly relaxing. Over the years, a smattering of Yale students have put aside high-powered careers in favor of […]

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YCC expands deals with city restaurants

Parents’ Weekend may be over, but students still have one more opportunity to eat out — at least partially — on someone else’s tab. On Thursday, the Yale College Council will host New Haven Nights, a promotion under which several downtown restaurants — including Thali, Pacifico, Samurai, Temple Grill, Barcelona, Bentara and Central Steak House […]

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Yale’s youngsters grow up under Gothic arches

Marty Keil, 17, the son of Morse College Master Frank Keil, said he is still not used to sharing his house with the hundreds of Morsels who attend various Master’s Teas and receptions throughout the year. “It’s really weird,” he said in an interview. [ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”13481″ ] Sometimes seen dashing through dining halls or playing […]

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