THIS DAY IN YALE HISTORY 1878 The first-ever issue of the News is printed on campus, and Yale is never the same for it. “The innovation which we begin by this morning’s issue is justified by the dullness of the times, and the demand for news among us,” an editor’s note in the paper read. And though the times have grown less dull, our innovation continues, justifiably. It’s been a wild 236. On to 237!
“Praise.” Such was the reaction of many a Yalie upon hearing the news that classes today had been cancelled. You don’t have to be a freshman or a southerner to enjoy a good snow day. Do stay safe, but when things clear up, we encourage you to get out and build a snowman or something. Your p-set will still be there when it all melts.