In a moment of neighborly pride, Stop & Shop on Whalley Avenue decided to show its allegiance in a creative way: a tower of Pepsi products that reads “Y Bulldogs.” A Yalie snapped a picture.
A $25 million gift to Yale’s West Campus will found an institute to study solar and other forms of renewable low-carbon energy technology. The gift from Thomas Steyer ’79 and his wife, Kathryn Taylor, will establish the University’s Energy Sciences Institute, which will focus on both short and long-term approaches to lowering carbon emissions that »
The University and the United States military have signed an agreement to establish a unit of the United States Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps on campus starting next year, the Office of Public Affairs and Communications announced in a press release this morning. The announcement follows the news early this summer that the military »
The lineup of guest lecturers for “Gateway to Global Affairs,” a survey lecture course open to all students, will feature military leaders from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and an expert on the HIV/AIDS crisis worldwide. The course, now in its second year of being offered, will again be »
UPDATED: 5:11 p.m. In a meeting with freshman counselors, residential college deans, Old Campus Fellows and emergency personnel at 4 p.m. in William L. Harkness Hall, Vice President and Secretary Linda Lorimer asked attendees to encourage their freshmen to take the storm seriously and plan for the peak intensity of storm conditions tomorrow morning. The »