- All you other Ivies, be jealous: Yale is the only college in the Ivy League that has two weeks of spring break. The extended break, which was first introduced in 1867, gives students one week of vacation time and one week to catch up on work, University officials say.
Like many Yalies, Felix Raspall ARC ’10 is looking forward to spending some of his spring break catching up on an unfinished project for a class — a project that centers on building a piece of furniture. According to School of Architecture administrators, furniture design has been a key component of the Yale’s architecture curriculum.
Forget your “Civil War” reading. Tomorrow’s Friday Forum features spring break book recommendations by Yale professors from a wide range of academic fields. The perfect read for your 10-day vacay in Cancun — check.
High of 44 degrees, low of 27 degrees, mostly cloudy.
In the colleges
- Breakfast: Cinnamon Walnut Coffee Ring
Soup: New England Clam Chowder
Lunch: Savory Gouda Tart with Leeks, Marinated Oven Roasted Tofu, Grilled Chicken Breast Sandwich, Classic Grilled Cheese, Grilled Ham & Provo Sand On Whole Wheat, Chef’s Choice Fresh Hot Vegetable, Specialty Salad Of Choice, Organic Plain Brownie, White Choc Chip Fudge Cookie
Dinner: Penne with Tofu & Winter Vegetables, Lemon & Caper Butter, Berkeley Mac & Cheese, Chef’s Choice Meat, Fish, Or Poultry, Baked Cod, Chef’s Choice Fancy Rice, Frozen Local Sugar Snap Peas, Lemon Cake Ring with Lemon Glaze
- Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs With Potatoes & Bacon, Tater Tots, Cinnamon Walnut Coffee Ring
Lunch: New England Clam Chowder, Cream Of Broccoli Soup, Corn & Scallion Tart, Spicy Black Bean Veggie Burger, California Burger, Baja Style Fish Tacos, Chicken Curry, Green Bean & Tofu, Chef’s Choice WOK, Vegetable Fried Rice, Jasmine Rice, Curly Fries, Honey Roasted Carrots, Tangy Broccoli Carrot Slaw, Organic Plain Brownie, White Choc Chip Fudge Cookie