Oct 29th, 2012
10:22 pm
October 29th, 2012 | University
Ginkgo tree in TD courtyard loses limb

Hurricane Sandy’s howling winds tore a limb from one of the most beloved members of Timothy Dwight College Monday afternoon, ripping down one of the upper branches from the massive ginkgo tree stationed in the TD courtyard. Timothy Dwight Master Jeffrey Brenzel addressed the loss in a Monday evening email to the TD community, writing […]

Nov 8th, 2011
10:24 pm
November 8th, 2011 | Magazine
Gopnik brings warmth, prose

Adam Gopnik is a Renaissance man, a prolific essayist most famous for roughly 25 years of service at the The New Yorker magazine and for penning books that cover myriad topics from the connection between Darwin and Lincoln to reflections on his years in Paris. On Monday evening, Gopnik entertained a crowd of approximately 150 […]

Oct 25th, 2011
9:20 am
October 25th, 2011 | University
Soundbites: Thomas Friedman edition

New York Times columnist and author Thomas Friedman spent Monday evening explaining his views on the future of America to a packed crowd of nearly 200 people at Yale’s Whitney Humanities Center. Flashing his characteristic and often-ridiculed rhymes and extended metaphors, the three-time Pulitzer prize winner argued that America must adapt in the ultra-competitive global […]

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