Last week’s Thanksgiving festivities were a time to celebrate the abundance of the past year. Whether Yalies were in California, like Sally Cho, a New Haven hotel with compatriots from their residential college, like Victor Kang, or with Murphy Temple in Shelton, Connecticut, the meals centered around traditional dishes, though some unconventional diners reached for »
Dean of Trumbull College Jasmina Besirevic-Regan and her daughters Selma and Lejla Regan enjoyed a birthday treat — a cake with both girls’ faces on it — on Thursday in the Trumbull dining hall. Selma, who turned 8, gave out chocolate and vanilla cupcakes to partygoers.
Yalies awoke with surprise Monday morning as they found college courtyards lined with a layer of fresh snow. Although the white stuff was gone before midday — and there was hardly enough for snowball fights — more winter weather is right around the corner.
The Freshman Class Council sponsored a barbeque for students Saturday. Students used a meal swipe to gain access to the food furnished by Yale Dining. The FCC advertised the barbecue with a video that featured the group clad in plaid, dancing to Miley Cyrus’ “Hoedown Throwdown.”
Students braved the cold and took one for energy conservation at Blackout on Friday. STEP screened Pixar’s “Up” and offered s’mores, snacks, and hot chocolate for the participants.