I’m no foodie, as the below blog post will likely make clear, but I think there’s a way for everyone to cultivate a little corner of the culinary world, a place where they can make their mark. I tend to think of myself as a bit of an expert on Yale Dining’s chicken tenders. Nothing »
The Guild of Carillonneurs will be given access to Harkness Tower, which is currently undergoing a year-long renovation, to play the bells in honor of Annie Le GRD ’13. The bells will ring between seven and eight.
Students who head to Durfee’s to replenish their solo cups after this year’s Camp Yale festivities will find a very different convenience store — and pizza pies. Yale Dining has significantly renovated the inside of the store, expanding into a former stock room and adding more refrigerated cases. “The store layout is completely different from »
It was his second time speaking at a Yale Class Day, and for Christopher Buckley ’75, the second time was the charm. Buckley delivered his address to a packed Old Campus crowd of students and parents. “It was a bracing experience!” he jokingly told the News soon afterward. Although clouds loomed ominously on the horizon, »
Yalies who prefer the underground to their college libraries will once again have the opportunity to hole up in Bass Library for a solid 65 hours as exams approach, as the Yale University Library announced today that Bass will remain open from 10 a.m. on Saturday to 3 a.m. Tuesday. Associate University Librarian Danuta Nitecki »