Uncategorized | 2:31 pm | July 7, 2011 | By Emily Foxhall

Bulldog Burrito has closed

Goodbye, Bulldog Burrito. If the packing boxes inside weren’t enough of a hint, a sign posted at Bulldog Burrito explains the restaurant’s recent closure after seven years of business in their location at the corner of Elm and Park streets: Dear Friends – We have decided to close Bulldog Burrito at 320 Elm Street for »

Uncategorized | 10:57 am | May 6, 2011 | By Emily Foxhall

‘Faith and Globalization’ to continue; Blair to teach only one session

Tony Blair isn’t leaving Yale for good just yet. Though last fall’s “Faith and Globalization” lecture marked the end of a three-year contract between Yale and the Tony Blair Faith Foundation that brought Blair to campus starting in 2008, it will be taught again next fall with the Foundation remaining “closely connected,” according to an »

Uncategorized | 4:21 pm | April 18, 2011 | By Emily Foxhall

McChrystal cleared of ‘wrongdoing’

Yale professor and retired-general Stanley McChrystal has been cleared of all “wrongdoing” implied in a profile published in the Rolling Stone this summer, according to the Associated Press. An inquiry conducted by the Pentagon “called into question the accuracy of the magazine’s report,” and the office of the Defense Department inspector general “concluded that the »

Uncategorized | 11:38 am | April 12, 2011 | By Emily Foxhall

McChrystal gets new gig in Obama admin, will continue to teach at Yale

Yale professor and retired four-star general Stanley McChrystal is officially working with the Obama administration once again. The New York Times reported Sunday that McChrystal will lead an advisory board called Joining Forces. The public service program will focus on providing support for military families, according to the article, striving “to encourage companies, schools, philanthropic »

Uncategorized | 9:17 pm | October 21, 2010 | By Emily Foxhall

More lightning stories: one student gets up close and personal

After lunch at Ivy Noodle today, David Mogilner ’12 cracked open his fortune cookie and unfurled the paper: “If it seems fates are against you today, they probably are.” Deeming it a “crappy fortune,” Mogilner then sent this piece of news to several panlists, signing the e-mail in a joking manner with the acronym “FML”. »