It’s been a busy year for Yale and New Haven. Scroll through the gallery below for some of the year’s most lasting images.
Even though it was only 8:00 am, the Stop and Shop was already bustling with shoppers stocking up for the hurricane. The bread section has seen serious depletion, but there are plenty of hamburger buns left. Other non-perishable foods, like canned tuna, Spam, and canned soup, as well as water and ice, are widely available.
UPDATED: 6:17 p.m. Yalies, start blue-booking because courses for fall 2011 and spring 2011 are available on Yale Online Course Information (OCI). They have been up since Thursday afternoon. This academic year’s OCI release happened more than a week earlier than last year. A change to this year’s website is that key word searches yield »
Has Harold Koh flip-flopped? The former Yale Law School dean, now serving as the State Department legal adviser, is defending U.S. involvement in Libya without Congress’s approval. On Tuesday, he will appear in front of the Senate Foreign Relations to argue the White House’s actions are lawful. President Barack Obama has been criticized by Republicans »
ROTC’s return to Yale and other Ivy League universities that had banned the program might not be a guarantee, according to a Jan. 27 article in the New York Times. Part of the reasoning behind the doubt is that the military has limited money to set up new Reserve Officers’ Training Corps units. Therefore, the »