Uncategorized | 11:28 am | February 16, 2011 | By Eliana Dockterman

MAGAZINE | The end of the (nonexistent?) world, in 20 words or less: finale

In 1974, editors John Tierney ’75, Christopher Buckley ’75, and Eric Goodman ’75 celebrated the second anniversary of the Yale Daily News Magazine by commissioning short musings on the theme of the Apocalypse from some of the country’s most distinguished writers — so distinguished, in fact, that the college kids were willing to fork out »

Uncategorized | 10:51 am | February 15, 2011 | By Eliana Dockterman

MAGAZINE | From Rand to Nabokov: The end of the world, in 20 words or less (part 3)

In 1974, editors John Tierney ’75, Christopher Buckley ’75, and Eric Goodman ’75 celebrated the second anniversary of the Yale Daily News Magazine by commissioning short musings on the theme of the Apocalypse from some of the country’s most distinguished writers — so distinguished, in fact, that the college kids were willing to fork out »

Uncategorized | 3:22 pm | February 11, 2011 | By Eliana Dockterman

MAGAZINE | Prose and Poetry: The end of the world, in 20 words or less (part 2)

In 1974, editors John Tierney ’75, Christopher Buckley ’75, and Eric Goodman ’75 celebrated the second anniversary of the Yale Daily News Magazine by commissioning short musings on the theme of the Apocalypse from some of the country’s most distinguished writers — so distinguished, in fact, that the college kids were willing to fork out »

Uncategorized | 1:50 pm | February 10, 2011 | By Eliana Dockterman

MAGAZINE | The end of the world, in 20 words or less

Wednesday, in the Yale Daily News boardroom, John Tierney ’75 regaled current “zeenies,” — as apparently he and his fellow editors, Christopher Buckley ’75 and Eric Goodman ’75, used to call their Magazine staff in 1974 — with stories from the early days of the Yale Daily News Magazine. He told us, for example, of »

Uncategorized | 4:32 pm | February 7, 2011 | By Max de la Bruyere and Eliana Dockterman

MAGAZINE | Once a hockey player, always a hockey player

Mickey Kappele ’86 says that only his own stupidity still convinces him to strap on his goalie pads. But there he was between the pipes for Team White Saturday morning for the annual alumni hockey game, playing a goalie style called standup usually only seen on grainy old video footage. The Team White goalie got »