Uncategorized | 7:56 pm | April 9, 2011 | By Zoe Gorman

Faux-Beatles play rooftop concert


Fab four? Imitating the Beatles’ famous rooftop concert from their “Let it Be” documentary, a small group of students lip-synched three songs from the album on the Trumbull rooftop. Fake-playing their instruments, the group jammed out to “Don’t Let Me Down,” “Get Back.” “I’ve Got a Feeling.” Although group member Peter Damrosch ’12 said there »

Uncategorized | 4:55 pm | April 8, 2011 | By Zoe Gorman

Morrow warns about phishing

Members of the Yale community have received notification letters of a system breach at Epsilon, a major marketing services supplier to companies including Best Buy, Marriot and TIAA/CREF, said H. Morrow Long, University information security officer for ITS, in an e-mail to the Yale community. The breach leaked names and e-mail addresses but not financial »

Uncategorized | 5:29 pm | April 3, 2011 | By Zoe Gorman

Leak found in Sterling Memorial Library

A large puddle of water outside the door to the Map Collection on the seventh floor of Sterling Memorial Library has spread into the hallway and around the corner towards the elevators. David Estep, evening and weekend security adviser, said his team has yet to determine where the leak came from or whether it had »

Uncategorized | 10:38 pm | March 30, 2011 | By Zoe Gorman

Yale’s New York Times online image edition encounters glitch

The New York Times’ online paywall went up Monday, and the library’s subscription to its online image edition shut down. Gregory Eow, a history librarian, said the library’s subscription to the Times’ online image edition, which normally displays the color print format of the Times through the library website, should remain unchanged with the implementation »

Uncategorized | 3:24 pm | March 27, 2011 | By Zoe Gorman

Library holds memorial for Turner

The library held a memorial service for University Librarian Frank Turner, who died suddenly of a pulmonary embolism Nov. 11, yesterday in Battell Chapel at 11 a.m. The service was open only to members of the Yale community, and Turner’s colleagues both in the library and the provost’s office shared memories of Turner with each »