University | 11:06 pm | November 15, 2011 | By Tapley Stephenson

Chief fundraiser announces retirement

Vice president for development Inge Reichenbach has overseen a surge in donations.

Vice President of Development Inge Reichenbach, who championed the University’s most recent fundraising drive to a record-breaking goal despite the worldwide economic recession, announced today that she will be retiring at the end of June. Reichenbach, a native of Germany, came to Yale in 2005 following nine years in a similar role at Cornell University. »

Sports | 10:34 pm | November 15, 2011 | By Caroline Tan

Harvard gets Occupy-themed Game pinnies

The back of the pinny.

In a clear demonstration that Harvard students measure their “superiority” by their university’s single-digit acceptance rate and their pinnies, a group of Harvard entrepreneurs have launched an “#OccupyYale” pinny — prominently displaying the school’s 6.2% admissions rate — for Cantabs to wear at The Game this weekend. The new design by the “Harvard-Yale Merchandise Team” »

City | 9:06 pm | November 15, 2011 | By Tapley Stephenson

Elis Occupy Morgan Stanley info session

Students protest outside Morgan Stanley's Tuesday night info session.

Roughly 50 students lined the sidewalk in front of the Study earlier this evening, holding signs to protest an information session held by the investment banking firm Morgan Stanley. “Twenty-five percent, is too much talent spent!” the protesters chanted, making reference to the fact that one in four Yalies go into finance or consulting. Their »

University | 8:41 pm | November 15, 2011 | By The Yale Daily News

Wednesday’s Buzz: 11.16.11

Students with the Occupy Yale working group stood outside a Morgan Stanley info session at the Study Tuesday night, holding signs encouraging students to think outside of consulting and finance as they look to their careers.

THE NEWS For Elis looking to have fun on weekends, the common phrase “all roads lead to Toads” is becoming a subject of debate. For the past 37 years, Toad’s Place on York St. has been a staple weekend hot-spot for Yalies, but today, a growing number of students are finding reasons to seek other »

City | 6:11 pm | November 15, 2011 | By Nick Defiesta

Occupy New Haven safe from raids


It’s been quite a month. Occupy New Haven, which began with a march of around 1,000 people on the Green exactly a month ago today, held a march and speak-out session today in commemoration of the Occupation’s start. But the day’s events have taken on an even greater significance for the group given events in »