JE alumni return for reunion
This weekend marked Jonathan Edwards’s first college-wide reunion, which hosted events including a panel discussion, a PowerPoint presentation of the college through the years, a dinner in Commons and a swing dance.
Deresiewicz addresses flock
According to William Deresiewicz, author of the controversial book, “Excellent Sheep,” attending college should be like going to a monastery — one should go for precisely the reason of finding out why one is going.
Safety concerns emerge in dining dispute
As Dining workers and administrators discuss concerns about the relocation of certain dining services to the new Culinary Support Center, some employees are expressing unease about their chances of being injured on the job.
Uncommon goes cashless
This fall, Yale Dining has stopped accepting cash payment in Uncommon, one of its retail locations on campus.
Local 35 files complaint against Yale
In a further escalation of the conflict between Yale’s labor unions and the University, Local 35 — the University’s blue-collar union — has filed a complaint with the national board charged with investigating unfair labor practices.
Relations strained between dining workers, managers
When Yale Dining workers gathered around a copy of a letter — submitted in the form of a paid advertisement to the News — bemoaning recent changes in the dining halls yesterday, a manager threw the letter out.
Spoon to serve food news
This fall, a new on-campus publication covering food-related content hopes to launch on the Yale campus.
A cappella Tap Night hits high note
Yale’s a cappella rush process — a roughly two-week period of auditions, callbacks and rush meals for 13 of Yale’s registered undergraduate a cappella groups — formally ended at High Street Gate last night.
Yale Dining sees fresh initiatives
Though summer may have been a break for students, it remained a busy season for Yale Dining, both inside and outside the kitchen.