Yalies, too, can meet strangers for “non-romantic” lunches—thanks to YaleLunch.com. The website is created by Seth Riddley, the creator of HarvardLunch.com. “I basically converted the Harvard site to make a Yale site,” Riddley said. The Yale and Harvard sites are almost identical: users simply plug in their name, e-mail address and residence to set up »
WikiLeaks is at it again! But can the rhetoric of former Yale Law School Dean Harold Hongju Koh stop the organization from releasing 250,000 secret U.S. State Department documents? Koh, who also serves at the legal adviser to the State Department, wrote a letter warning Julian Assange, head of WikiLeaks, that releasing those documents would »
Harvardlunch.com could potentially be the best or worst idea since Random Dorm. Remember Random Dorm, the Chatroulette for college students? Harvardlunch.com, developed by Harvard junior Seth A. Riddley, takes the “meet random people” concept one step further — you actually meet them in person. About 300 Harvard students use the website, which sets up “non-romantic” »
Reporter Baobao Zhang writes in from the “Rally to Restore Sanity.” Hundreds of thousands are on the mall for the rally. People in the crowd range from kids to college students to seniors. The mood is all too Halloween with people in costumes, such as colonial patriots, the cookie monster and Christine O’Donnell-inspired witches. People »
The Yale School of Art faculty exhibition, “Hands off — Hands on,” had its official opening reception on Tuesday, Oct. 26, in Green Hall. Staff reporter Baobao Zhang spoke with arts students and faculty members at the reception about the show, the works and a surprise fire alarm.