Uncategorized | 9:19 pm | February 21, 2011 | By Zeenat Mansoor

Through the Lens: Science Hill


Ever made the trek up Science Hill? Hidden within the Gothic façade of Sterling Chemistry Laboratory and the brickwork of Osborn Memorial Laboratory exist hundreds of thousands of chemical compounds, beakers and lab coats. Complicated apparatuses decorate the inside of these laboratories, and reactions hiss, fizz, and even go boom within the confines of these »

Uncategorized | 2:34 am | February 14, 2011 | By Zoe Gorman and Zeenat Mansoor

Through the Lens: Valentine’s Day


On Monday night, New Haven and Yale students alike will celebrate Valentine’s Day in an explosion of reds and pinks. Yale celebrates the love holiday with sweet study breaks as New Haven shops and restaurants burst into bloom. Whether you’ve found someone special or are riding solo, enjoy the hearts, roses and chocolate galore. (Single) »

Uncategorized | 1:48 am | January 31, 2011 | By Zeenat Mansoor

Through the Lens: Letterpress printing


Several residential colleges have discrettly stored a wealth of history in their basements — letterpress machine boutiques. Few students delve into the obscure art of crafting literary and artistic keepsakes. But for them, it has a unique satisfaction that comes from a welcome break from using computers. Jonathan Edwards College and Pierson College have an »

Uncategorized | 3:14 am | December 8, 2010 | By Zoe Gorman and Zeenat Mansoor

“Save it or shave it” a success


Established to help pay for the treatment of ovarian cancer patient Hyungmi Lim ’13, the “Save It or Shave It” campaign held a party Friday where organizers shaved their heads. Around 200 people attended. The fundraising group collected nearly $5,000.

Uncategorized | 3:01 am | November 11, 2010 | By Zeenat Mansoor

Getting foamy


The YCC hosted a foam party at Toad’s Wednesday night. Guests paid $4 to dance in a large plastic tub of foam.