Scouring for surf: Yale’s surfers trace East Coast for waves

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. When an offshore hurricane brought 14-foot swells and Huntington Beach-like surf conditions to the Rhode Island coastline, Yale Surf Club member Mike Kai ’05 was not surprised. [ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”19329″ ] For 10 days, Kai, along with other members of the Yale Surf Club, […]

Life in Pictures: A day with Willie Cooper

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Willie Cooper, First Chef of the Pierson College Dining Hall, was born on a farm in South Carolina. His father sent him out to the fields to pick cotton at age eleven. Willie picked in a week what the other workers picked in […]

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YES awards grants at summit

With the economy in recession and investors worried about the war in Iraq, enterprising Yalies still managed to receive funding for six prospective companies this weekend at the Yale Entrepreneurial Society’s second annual Innovation Summit. Proposals for an educational company and a fuel technology system received funding through YES’s Y50K Entrepreneurship Competition. The winners were […]

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