Not to get anyone way too excited, but the Weather Channel is predicting snow for parts of northern New England this week. “When everything is said and done, the highest snow totals will likely be found over the higher elevations of upstate New York and the mountains of northern New England,” the Weather Channel’s article »
This is a public service announcement. There will be chicken tenders today, but only in Commons. Lunch in the residential colleges will feature Venetian White Bean Soup and Pizza with Roasted Heirloom Tomato.
Police swarmed Edgewood Avenue Wednesday afternoon after a green SUV crashed into a residential building at 52 Edgewood. Numerous police officers, including members of the Street Interdiction Unit, and nine police cars lined the street. Edgewood remains closed between Dwight Street and Howe Street while the investigation continues.
Could this be the return of the Pundits? A lighthearted, joyful new student group calling itself “Doing Kindness Everywhere” — or D.K.E. — handed out flyers promoting their “not-fraternity” at today’s extracurricular bazaar. In the fliers, this “group of diverse Yale students” emphasized that it is not a fraternity, its understanding that “NO MEANS NO” »
The University and city will come together next weekend to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks, the Yale Daily Bulletin reported today. Organized around the themes of remembrance, reflection and renewal, the day’s events will begin at 1 p.m., with a minute-long ringing of bells across the city, including those in »