Uncategorized | 2:57 am | April 6, 2011 | By Emily Suran

Art exhibit displays works created from foodstuffs

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Fifty-four slices of bread went into the creation of this enormous 2-by-3-foot piece, entitled “Nate.” The slices were toasted lightly and treated with Vegemite and margarine to create the distinctive look of the piece, and were then layered on a foam core.

Uncategorized | 2:59 am | November 12, 2010 | By Emily Suran

The Dean talks chocolate

Dean Mary Miller gives a lecture on chocolate at La Casa.She also prepared a batch of Mexican hot chocolate for herself and attendants after the lecture. The Thursday event was part of a celebration of Native American Heritage Month, and also featured a dance exhibition, “Giving Thanks to Condor and Eagle.”

Uncategorized | 3:44 am | November 1, 2010 | By Emily Suran

Halloween with Levin

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In keeping with tradition, University President Richard Levin and his wife Jane hosted a Halloween party in their home at 43 Hillhouse Ave. Sunday night. As part of the festivities, Yale’s youngest a cappella group Shades performed. Although Levin himself did not don a costume, he encouraged students to sport their own getup.

Uncategorized | 3:09 am | October 28, 2010 | By Emily Suran

Copper Kitchen closes

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After 26 years on Chapel Street, Copper Kitchen owner Bill Kalogeridis closed up shop for the final time Wednesday. To commemorate the diner’s closing, Kalogeridis, pictured, served loyal customers and employees slices of a farewell cake reading “We will miss you.” Copper Kitchen announced it would close this month after failing to find favorable terms »

Uncategorized | 11:04 am | October 19, 2010 | By Victor Kang and Emily Suran

Raising awareness on Cross Campus

The Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action Project organized a display on Cross Campus Monday (see photo) to raise awareness about New Haven’s homeless, Joseph Breen ’12, one the two directors of the project said. Cardboard boxes were piled together and adorned with photographs by Ron Dunhill, a Hill Health Center nurse and street-outreach worker. — »