Expand YSFP to vastly improve student life

February 22, 2006
In one way or another, food quality affects every aspect of life at Yale. The quality of the food in the residential college dining halls plays a central role in defining the times we share with the people we meet here. It affects our health and the energy we can devote to pursuing academic interests »

Skip the chocolates, roses for your Valentine

February 13, 2004
Ah, Valentine’s Day. Chocolate, roses, romance. Well, the “romance” aspect of Valentine’s Day might not always work out the way we’d like it to. But what could be wrong with chocolate and roses, Valentine’s staples enjoyed by even the single among us? Unfortunately, a lot is wrong with chocolate and roses, and it has nothing »

Sustainable farms offer more humane option

November 18, 2003
Over the past few months, there has been much commentary on the advantages of sustainable and organic farming efforts. Yale community members are becoming aware that when we purchase or support food produced on local, private farms by environmentally responsible methods, there are tremendous benefits to the regional economy, the global ecosystem and our health. »