University | 10:59 am | January 12, 2012 | By Caroline Tan

New website tries to host everything Yale

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Photo by Caroline Tan.

Via an email to Yale early this morning came news of a newly launched website called “Everything Useful.” Everything Useful hopes to compile important information for Yale students in one place, according to the email. Think Wikipedia, but for Yale.

Created by Casey Watts ’12, the new site explains everything from getting free food at Durfee’s and taking Yale transportation to shopping for school supplies and for classes.

The website also offers a different, more real type of help. One subhead, titled “procrastination,” features a list of websites students can peruse when trying to stay awake during lecture. Sites listed include GoodCrush Yale and Yale FML. Another subhead lists YaleLunch as a way to meet people.

Do people still use GoodCrush? Regardless, we’re a little disappointed the News didn’t make the cut. Someday…

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