Uncategorized | 9:45 pm | April 19, 2011 | By Danielle Trubow

Dems poster vandalized

A swastika was drawn on a Yale College Democrats poster taped to the Connecticut Hall computer lab door advertising a Bulldog Days event with Howard Dean ’71 last week. Although only one poster was found vandalized, the Yale Police Department investigated the incident and notified the College Democrats. The Dems ultimately decided that the police’s »

Uncategorized | 2:45 pm | November 17, 2010 | By Danielle Trubow

A poppin’ day in the Silli dining hall

It’s happy National Pop-Tarts Day today in Silliman. The event, sponsored by Yale Dining, occurs only in Silliman College and has been celebrated for the past two years. All day, students eating in the Silliman dining hall may choose to eat from a variety of Pop-Tarts offered upon entering or leaving the dining hall. The »

Uncategorized | 2:25 pm | November 10, 2010 | By Danielle Trubow

Lieberman ’64 LAW ’67 in 2012? It’s complicated.

Senator Joe Lieberman’s ’64 LAW ‘67 future career is looking a little rocky. As Connecticut was painted blue in a mostly red United States Nov. 2, Lieberman’s political influence diminished, according to a piece by the New Haven Advocate. The piece explains that while Sen. Lieberman previously held critical senatorial power, he is now expected »

Uncategorized | 11:10 pm | November 1, 2010 | By Danielle Trubow

You get your money’s worth at Yale

Is the price of Yale worth it? Kiplinger thinks so. Last week, Kiplinger released its Special Report on Best College Values and Yale had the second best value in private universities. Yale was rated one of the best overall values based on data such as admission rates, test scores of incoming freshman, graduation rates and »