University | 3:50 pm | November 30, 2012 | By Caroline Tan

Cross Campus: 11.30.12


A Portrait of the Artist as a Young DKE Brother Legendary artist Vincent van Gogh has found an unlikely home: the beer-stained basement of Delta Kappa Epsilon. When the fraternity repainted its basement, President Nick Daffin ’13 took it upon himself to spray paint “Starry Night” onto the wall. Surprisingly, he is not studying art. Do »

University | 6:14 am | November 29, 2012 | By Caroline Tan

Cross Campus: 11.29.12

PHYS 420 shows off its humor.

Suck it, Harvard. Yale’s record-breaking delegation of seven Rhodes scholars will be joined by one more student: Ela Naegele ’13, a German international student who won an international Rhodes scholarship from Germany. Naegele hopes to study modern British and European history with a focus on international law at Oxford. Professor Gaddis, tear down this wall! »

City | 7:17 pm | October 28, 2012 | By Caroline Tan

Things to know for Frankenstorm

Several campus services have been temporarily suspended as Hurricane Sandy passes through New Haven. For your convenience, Cross Campus has compiled a list of things you should be aware of as you begin to barricade yourself in your dorm: 1) Classes. All classes will be canceled on Monday. We will hear by Monday afternoon whether »

City | 4:56 pm | October 28, 2012 | By Caroline Tan

UPDATE: All classes canceled Monday due to storm

All classes and “non-essential services” will be canceled Monday due to Frankenstorm, Vice President Linda Lorimer announced in a Sunday email. Administrators will notify the Yale community whether Tuesday classes will also be canceled by 2 p.m. on Monday. Read the full email below: To the Yale Community Re: CLASSES AND NON-ESSENTIAL SERVICES CANCELLED FOR »