University | 8:18 pm | December 28, 2012 | By Aleksandra Gjorgievska

Thirteen Yalies top ‘30 Under 30’ list

Do you know Bulldogs who made the list?

Forbes listed 13 Yalies across six different categories in their “30 under 30” feature earlier this month. Each category names 30 influential people under the age of 30 who “represent the entrepreneurial, creative and intellectual best of their generation.” Below are the Yalies who made the list this year. Congrats! In the “Law and Policy” category: »

City | 8:16 pm | April 16, 2012 | By Sarah Swong

Recent grads launch website for planning dinner parties

Zokos helps users plan parties.

Zokos, a new website launched Monday by Christopher Kieran FES ‘11, Brad Baer ARC ‘11 and Andrew Hapke SOM ‘11, aims to ease the planning of parties and dinners. Zokos uses what Kieran calls “friend-sourcing” to help coordinate dinner parties. On Zokos, hosts can set a minimum or maximum number of guests, send invites via »

Sports | 12:33 pm | April 9, 2012 | By Lindsey Uniat

Protester interrupts OxCam regatta, Zeng ’11 is mad

The River Thames played host to Saturday's Oxford-Cambridge regatta, which a protester interrupted by swimming past the boats.

An Australian protester interrupted Saturday’s Oxford-Cambridge regatta by swimming into the paths of the boats, stopping the race and raising the ire of former lightweight crew oarsman and Rhodes scholar Will Zeng ’11, who rowed for Oxford on Saturday. When environmental campaigner Trenton Oldfield interrupted “The Boat Race” about halfway through the four-an-a-quarter mile course, »

University | 11:20 pm | March 26, 2012 | By Antonia Woodford

Dean Miller’s son gets married in D.C.

Cross Campus offers its congratulations to the happy couple, who are, we hope, on a beach like the one above, or hiking through the Himalayas, or doing something else exotic.

Cross Campus can hear the bells — William Kamens ’09, the son of Yale College Dean Mary Miller and East Asian Languages and Literatures Department Chair Edward Kamens was married on Sunday to Rachel Butler ’08. The couple met during their years as Yale undergrads. They were married at the McLean Gardens Ballroom in Washington, »

University | 8:43 am | March 14, 2012 | By Daniel Sisgoreo

Doonesbury comes under fire

Garry Trudeau '70 GRD '73 appears on PBS News Hour in a 2010 interview.

Garry Trudeau’s ’70 GRD ’73 “Doonesbury” comics sparked a nationwide controversy this week over a series of strips tackling an abortion law in Texas. This week’s strips focus on a woman’s attempt to have an abortion in Texas in the wake of a new law requiring all women seeking abortions to undergo an pre-termination ultrasound. »