Uncategorized | 7:37 pm | May 12, 2011 | By Zoe Gorman

Yale opens up trove of images to public

Yale is opening up its collection of images for public use on the internet. Yale is the first Ivy to unveil new open access policy that will allow any internet-user access to a collective catalog of images of millions of objects from University museums, libraries and archives. These include photos of such renowned collection items »

Uncategorized | 11:57 pm | May 6, 2011 | By Zoe Gorman

Len Peters to become ITS director

Next year, Information Technology Services will have a new director. Len Peters, Chief Information Officer at Columbia Business School, will replace Philip Long as ITS Director and Chief Information Officer and Associate Vice President to the University, Provost Peter Salovey and Shauna King, vice president for finance and business operations, announced in an email today. »

Uncategorized | 10:02 am | April 20, 2011 | By Zoe Gorman

Undergrad compilation album released

17O1 Records released its first album of original student music Tuesday for free download online. The album, which will be distributed in hard copy at Spring Fling, has 13 tracks that span musical genres from jazz to folk to hip-hop. Daniel Esannason ’11, producer for 17O1 Records, said the organization received 108 track submissions from »

Uncategorized | 3:23 am | April 15, 2011 | By Zoe Gorman

Bands emerge winners at Battle

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Student bands Jamestown, The First Town in America, Gets the Girl and Sister Helen will open at Spring Fling. Nine bands competed for the Fling spots in the 2011 Battle of the Bands, co-hosted by the WYBC and Yale College Council. The event, held in Becton Plaza, ran from 9pm until midnight and saw an »