Opinion | 2:37 pm | January 30, 2013 | By John Masko, Scott Stern, and Diana Rosen

Forum: UCS

As internship deadlines loom and interviews approach, Yalies are beginning to think more seriously about that dreaded question: “What are you doing this summer?” In today’s Forum, our staff bloggers weigh in on Undergraduate Career Services, the conduit between many a Yalie and his or her eventual summer job. John Masko, Staff Blogger | Junior »

Opinion | 8:58 pm | November 8, 2012 | By Diana Rosen, Scott Stern, and Nathaniel Zelinsky

Forum: President Salovey

Peter Salovey was named Yale's next president on Thursday.

In this edition of the News’ Forum, students react to the announcement that Provost Peter Salovey will serve as the next University President. Nathaniel Zelinsky, Staff Columnist | Senior in Davenport College Habemus Popem. A few reactions, in no particular order, to Provost Salovey’s appointment as president. First, this is a great day for teaching »

City | 5:30 pm | October 23, 2012 | By Diana Rosen

Students push for voter registration

Members of the Yale College Democrats help students register to vote in Connecticut on Old Campus.

With an exciting weekend of Partisan Pong behind them, Yale’s campus politicos have started looking forward. Many politically active Yalies have pushed for last-minute voter registration efforts as the deadline to register to vote in Connecticut — Oct. 30 — approaches. In conjunction with the Yale College Republicans, the Yale College Democrats has spearheaded several »

City | 4:45 pm | October 3, 2012 | By Diana Rosen

Valet parking hits Union Station


While commuters in the past have been forced to frantically search for last-minute parking when traveling through Union Station, they will now have the option of valet parking, thanks to a new joint effort between the New Haven Parking Authority and Conn. Department of Transportation that was unveiled Tuesday. “We are trying to put customer »