Sports | 5:48 pm | November 14, 2011 | By Maria Guardado

Getting tickets for the Game


Yale pride? Check. Solo cups? Got ‘em. Tickets? No worries — current students don’t have to worry about procuring actual tickets for The Game on Saturday. All Yale students will be able to gain free admission into the student section of the Harvard-Yale matchup by simply presenting their Yale IDs at the Yale Bowl, ticket »

Magazine | 2:34 pm | November 14, 2011 | By Lauren Oyler

What Being Edited Feels Like

This is what all editing looks like.

One of my favorite things about the writing process is that, in the end, it’s all about solving problems. As someone who achieved moderate success with high school level math, I’m not surprised that I’m halfway decent at solving the problem of changing other people’s long, oddly worded sentences into coherent nuggets of meaning. Being »

City | 10:15 am | November 14, 2011 | By Diana Li

Public urination may halt QPac buses


Quinnipiac University students are an indelible part of the Saturday night experience in New Haven Saturday, but possibly not for long. Dattco, the transportation company that provides the university’s shuttles into downtown New Haven, may cut QU off due to rising cases of public urination near or on the buses, the university’s student newspaper Quad »

University | 4:07 am | November 14, 2011 | By The Yale Daily News

Cross Campus: 11.14.11

Hold it, QPac. Quinnipiac University may lose its contract with the transportation company Dattco after a spike in the number of reported incidents of public urination on or near the shuttles, the Quad News at Quinnipiac reported this weekend. Thirty-eight Quinnipiac students, including 32 female students, were cited for public urination by the New Haven »

City | 3:39 am | November 14, 2011 | By Marissa Medansky

Elis to Occupy Morgan Stanley info session


Not everyone at Morgan Stanley’s information session on Tuesday will be in suits — some Occupy-minded Yalies will be protesting outside the investment banking firm’s session. Undergraduate Career Services facilitates dozens of career-related events a year, many of them focusing on opportunities in the financial services industry. One such event, a routine recruiting session for »