University | 10:40 pm | November 5, 2012 | By The Yale Daily News

Tuesday’s Buzz: 11.6.12

Saybrook kicked off "Monday Madness" yesterday.

THE NEWS The fruit smoothies available in Saybrook College’s dining hall yesterday night kicked off a year of new expanded food options in Saybrook each Monday. “Saybrook Monday Madness” — a Yale Dining initiative that provides additional food options in only Saybrook College each Monday night — began this week to increase traffic in the »

University | 5:26 am | November 5, 2012 | By The Yale Daily News

Cross Campus: 11.5.12

Fans tailgate at the Yale-Harvard Game.

Get your game face on. Tickets for the Yale-Harvard game on Nov. 17 will go on sale at 9 a.m. today and can be picked up at the Yale Athletics Ticket Office adjacent to the Payne Whitney Gymnasium. The Game tickets cost $20 for one discounted ticket and $35 for one full-price guest ticket, and »

University | 9:09 pm | November 4, 2012 | By The Yale Daily News

Monday’s Buzz: 11.5.12

Yale's South Asian Society Roshni show drew nearly 1,100 people on Friday night.

THE NEWS Nearly 1,100 people filled Woolsey Hall on Friday night to see a colorful celebration of South Asian dance, music and even a live episode of Yale’s own “Indian Idol.” Roshni is the largest event put on by Yale’s South Asian Society (SAS) in the fall semester, with 11 performances ranging from Nepali ethnic »

University | 5:29 am | November 2, 2012 | By The Yale Daily News

Cross Campus: 11.2.12


Take me to New York. Commuters taking the Metro-North today will enjoy a free ride all the way to Grand Central Station. Following three days of suspended service due to damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, Conn. Gov. Dannel Malloy announced Wednesday that there would be no fare for state Metro-North commuters for the rest of »

University | 10:39 pm | November 1, 2012 | By The Yale Daily News

Friday’s Buzz: 11.2.12

New Haven City Hall

THE NEWS The Elm City has a lot at stake in this year’s presidential election. New Haven has received $26,477,616 in federal funding so far this year — in addition to $12 million from a federal education grant — that has been used to support housing, transportation and security throughout the city. But with the »