A look back: 4.15.11

It has been a week filled with new faces and immense sorrow. We take a look back at what happened: A tragedy. A new community. A race. A revision. A grand opening.

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The polls are now open

It’s on! Vote in the Yale College Council Elections. Polls are open through 9 p.m. tomorrow. We’ve endorsed some people in case you need help.

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A look back: 4.8.11

Now that the hubbub of the week has died down we can take a breather. In case all the news passed you by, here are some things that happened: A new committee. So long, Mr. Jones. More food? Worried about that food? Really, it’s fine. We totally have a semi-charmed life. Okay, everyone together now, […]

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Howard Dean and Harold Bloom to appear in Class Day video

Democratic screamer and college seminar professor Howard Dean ’71 and legendary Shakespeare scholar Harold Bloom GRD ’56 will be in the Class Day video, we have learned. Pair this with Tom Hanks and you have got one star-studded event.

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Spring Fling website plays prank

April Fool’s? Waka Flocka Flame and Michelle Branch are not on the Spring Fling lineup, despite a report from the Bullblog. [ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”1466″ ] The Bullblog discovered that the source code of the Yale College Council’s Spring Fling website listed Waka and Branch as performers along with the confirmed performer Lupe Fiasco. We learned it […]

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A look back: 4.1.11

Its been a week. Big news hit. People protested. High school seniors got into Yale or didn’t. Here’s what happened: Yale is under investigation. We got long-awaited details on Singapore. Lowest ever. The drought is over. Now, let’s just look at this picture of Monty for a little while.

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A look back: 3.25.11

We’re back. It’s been a week of awkward snow, uncomfortable deadlines and a general return to normalcy. We’ve also learned some interesting things this week. Here goes: 1) There was a shooting at Toad’s Place. Students have mixed reactions. 2) Yale students and faculty leave Japan, campus works to help. 3) Prepare for the paywall. […]

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A look back: 3.4.11

We here at Cross Campus are so relieved. Midterms are behind us and two weeks of blissful free time are in front of us — though we’ll still be blogging. We learned a lot this week. Some of it was serious and some of it was James Franco GRD ’16: People in masks and capes […]

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Public Service Announcement: Chicken Tender Day

A public service annoucement: today is chicken tender day in the dining halls so get out of bed quickly before all of those crunchy, greasy guys are all gone. If you’re still wondering how to eat them, learn from aficionado Eric Randall, who blogged about tenders last chicken tender day.

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More on Franco’s GRD ’16 tweet

Yes, you’ve heard. James Franco GRD ’16 tweeted about us. He linked to a photo of himself on his WhoSay with “F— the Yale Daily News” scrawled across his face. Commenters on Franco’s post pointed to our writer Cokey Cohen’s blog post and Cohen herself has responded. But the commenters also said some other things […]

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Franco GRD ’16 does some more things

It’s a big weekend for everyone’s favorite graduate student. James Franco GRD ’16, known for basically doing everything and now tweeting, picked up the trophy for best actor at the Spirit Awards Saturday. Tomorrow he’ll be hosting the 83rd Annual Academy Awards with Anne Hathaway. Franco is also nominated for a best actor in a […]

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A look back: 2.25.11

As we at Cross Campus sit watching the rain, relieved that midterms are almost over and break is almost here, we take a look back at the week that was. What we learned: Art is everywhere. Members of the senior class are giving people. Crab makes us happy. As does Yale College Dean Mary Miller. […]

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