HARTFORD—At a conference room at the Hilton Hartford, Richard Blumenthal LAW ’73, gave a victory speech thanking his supporters and family for their consistent support and outlining the challenges that lie ahead. “Well you know, I have something money can’t buy. I have you,” Blumenthal said to his cheering audience. He said that it has »
After it was announced that, yet again, Harvard College administrators would not allow kegs at this year’s Harvard-Yale football tailgate, The Crimson reported that Harvard’s Undergraduate Council is making efforts to get permission to have kegs at the tailgates of future installments of the Game. A member of the Undergraduate Council told the Crimson that »
After the infamous Morse-Stiles Screw was raided by the New Haven Police Department, Morse and Stiles are “try[ing] again” – so says the poster released for this year’s Prohibition dance. Scheduled for Nov. 6, Prohibition will take place in Morse College.
Those who thought midterms at Yale were a struggle now have a compatriot to empathize with – President Barack Obama. Newsweek visited a Yale Political Union debate to “get a read on how young voters, who were so important to Obama’s victory in ’08, are approaching the 2010 midterm elections.” The video features the Speaker »
Yale’s online directory held a special treat for members of the class of 2014 during a 12-hour window Sunday. Though residential college assignments were supposed to be mailed along with other rooming information after June 25, a technical glitch on the Yale directory revealed the assignments ahead of official notification. Similar glitches have occurred for »