A talk with the creators of Four Loko suffered the same fate on Yale’s campus Tuesday as the infamous beverage did in Connecticut last December. The Yale College Dean’s Office banned the talk from its on-campus location in the early afternoon, forcing its Yale Entrepreneurial Society sponsors to relocate the event to their office at »
In memoriam. John Morton Blum, a famed Yale professor in the second half of the 20th century who taught John Kerry ’66, George Bush ’68 and Henry Louis Gates ’73, has died in North Branford, Conn. He was 90. After serving in the Navy through World War II, Blum began teaching at the Massachusetts Institute »
The sweet stink of Saybrook. After numerous members of Physical Plant crews failed to located the source of an odor that has been plaguing rooms in Saybrook for weeks, the college’s Operations Manager Ann Marie Apicella emailed students Monday to inform them an outside contractor had been hired to conduct a “smoke test” to catch »
In an email titled “Goodnight Irene!” Vice President and University Secretary Linda Lorimer put Yale community members’ concerns to bed, summarizing the extent of Irene’s effect on the campus. Read her full email below: Those of us in New Haven seem to have been mighty lucky relative to those to the west of us (where »
Still cooped up inside? Take a look at what it looks like on the streets of New Haven with these photographs from Victor Kang.