Discrimination suit dismissed
A district court dismissed allegations of discrimination from former employee Anthony Craig, who was terminated ess than a year into his residency.
Tap Night tradition continues
A junior in a leprechaun costume hid behind a tree outside Jonathan Edwards College Thursday night waiting to be inducted into one of Yale’s senior societies.
Undergraduate poets present in Beinecke
At a poetry reading Tuesday, Nancy Kuhl, curator at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, ran over the list of names in one breath — the 10 undergraduates nominated by Yale’s creative writing faculty for the annual reading of Yale Student Poets.
Open forum tackles alcohol
The number of students in attendance at last night’s Yale College Council Open Forum on Alcohol barely exceeded the number of panelists.
Geoscientist left immeasurable legacy
Karl Turekian, a giant in the field of geology who brought dynamism and energy to the Geology and Geophysics Department for over half a century, died of cancer in Branford, Conn., on March 15. He was 85.