University | 9:33 pm | October 17, 2012 | By The Yale Daily News

Thursday’s Buzz: 10.18.12

The New Haven Green is fully restored following damage caused by the Occupy New Haven encampment.
The New Haven Green is fully restored following damage caused by the Occupy New Haven encampment. Photo by Christopher Peak.

THE NEWS

  • Discussion is underway to improve the New Haven Green in anticipation of next year’s celebration of the 375th anniversary of the city’s founding. The Proprietors of the New Haven Green have hired the Project for Public Spaces, a nonprofit planning and design organization, to gather sentiment from stakeholders about how to improve the New Haven Green, according to head proprietor and Yale Law Professor Drew Days III.
  • After spending 16 years serving as Trumbull College Master, Janet Henrich announced her plans to step down from her position at the end of the 2012-’13 academic year. Trumbull students said Henrich, who is also a professor in the Yale School of Medicine, is known for her visible presence in Trumbull and demonstrated interest in student initiatives.
  • Last week, the Yale Office of Undergraduate Production launched a new program that will give students the opportunity to formally mentor other undergraduates working on theatrical productions. The OUP created 8 work-study positions to recruit the “Undergraduate Production Peer Advisors,” whose areas of expertise range from lighting to scenic design, said Rorie Fitzsimons, the senior technical director of the OUP. The Peer Advisors will be available to assist any students who want to stage theater productions by holding weekly “office hours” at the OUP and providing their contact information for support at other times.

THE WEATHER

High of 63 degrees, low of 54 degrees, mostly sunny with chance of showers.

THE FOOD

In the colleges

Breakfast: Steelcut Oats, Waffle Bar, Chocolate Chip Pecan Ring

Lunch: Greek Bean Soup (Fassolatha), Creamy Tomato & Roasted Garlic Soup, Roasted Heirloom Tomato & Pesto Pizza, Pasta With Arugula Olives & Tomato, Greek Pizza, Pork Souvlaki, Eggplant & Red Pepper Panini, All-Natural Grilled Chicken Breast, Athenian Chicken Salad Pita, Moroccan Carrot Salad, Tuscan Potato & Pepper Salad, Toffee Coffee Cookie, Blondie Butterscotch Bars

Dinner: Grilled Olive Flat Bread with Romesco Drizzle, Spanish Chicken Chillindron, Spanish Stuffed Pepper, All-Natural Grilled Chicken Breast, Grilled Garden Burger, Orzo & Bulgur with Toasted Pecans, Fresh Market Vegetable, Moroccan Carrot Salad, Tuscan Potato & Pepper Salad, Creamsicle Sheet Cake

In Commons

Breakfast: Grits, Cage-Free Scrambled Eggs, Waffle Bar, Sausage Links, Potato Pancakes, Chocolate Chip Pecan Ring

Lunch: Italian Sausage & Pasta Soup, Corn Chowder, Chili Con Carne, Spaghetti, Spicy Black Bean Veggie Burger, Pepperoni Pizza, Pork Char Siew, Broccoli Bianca Pizza, Broccoli & Tofu, Vegetable Fried Rice, General Tso’s Chicken, Ciabatta Caprese Sandwich, Cilantro Rice, Fresh Market Vegetable, Fresh Corn On The Cob, Tuscan Potato & Pepper Salad, Couscous With Lemon & Tomatoes, Toffee Coffee Cookie, Blondie Butterscotch Bars

Comments
  • DaletDaleEtYale

    Individual Psychotherapy for breast cancer patiemts vs the gneral population – Yale School Of Medicine has been of two minds – one mind believes its a stigma at all costs. and two – the proper instrument when feeling blase about non essential personnel – It has never been a part of a comprehensive breast cancer awareness month to adress individual psychotherapy. It is usualy governed by well manicured stateements. In the General Population there is no hesitation for judges, attnerneys, politicians, and our press. to lay out its due course in any proceedings. Will Yale have a forum on this tale of two worlds

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