YCC hopefuls face new rules

April 5, 2005
Registration for this year’s Yale College Council officer elections closed Monday night, yielding a record number of contenders for the six officer positions on the council. This year’s election will see a marked increased in the number of campaign regulations, and some complaints already have been filed with the Election Commission against a number of »

Harvard council sends tailgate proposal

November 3, 2004
After weeks of uncertainty surrounding this year’s Harvard-Yale tailgate regulations, the Harvard Undergraduate Council is closer to a definitive game plan, HUC President Matthew Mahan said in an e-mail Tuesday. But members of the Yale College Council said they are still awaiting clarifications on several of the weekend’s details. Harvard students as well as members »

Doctor explores hope of patients

November 7, 2003
When Dr. Jerome Groopman was a student at Columbia Medical School, he encountered a patient whom he would remember for the rest of his life: a fundamentalist Jewish woman suffering from breast cancer. When he asked her why she refused treatment for her disease, the woman confided in Groopman. She said she had been forced »

Dwight Hall haunted house thrills

October 27, 2003
A group of small children and their parents moved hesitantly across the dark threshold of Dwight Hall. Inside, they were met by a pale and ghastly-looking figure who told them the tale of the five Yale students who had died in the very same room in 1867. Forewarned with this information, the group proceeded to »