Uncommon goes cashless
This fall, Yale Dining has stopped accepting cash payment in Uncommon, one of its retail locations on campus.
Ex-CIA agent reflects on spycraft
The life of a spy involves more planning than anything else, according to Jack Devine, a former Central Intelligence Agency agent who spoke at a Branford Master’s Tea yesterday afternoon.
Night with World Fellows inspires
On Thursday night, 16 Yale World Fellows gathered with members of the Yale community for an evening of food and conversation at the African American House.
Residential colleges contractor likely sealed
The bid to construct Yale’s two new residential colleges — the most lucrative construction project in Connecticut’s recent memory — will likely go to a contractor with an office in New Haven.
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.
Yale-NUS to show banned film
Despite a national ban in Singapore, Yale-NUS is pressing ahead with its plans to show a film that has been deemed by the Singaporean government as a threat to the country’s security.
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.
Political currents sway language enrollment
Enrollment in first-year Russian language courses is up approximately 30 percent from last year, forcing the department to open an additional section to accommodate the bump.