University | 4:15 pm | September 28, 2011 | By Esther Zuckerman

Fake Mary Miller twitter account returns


It’s back. Despite having been shut down last week, the Twitter account parodying Yale College Dean Mary Miller account appears to have returned (with a different name). “Miller” tweeted today: “Rumors of our death were greatly exaggerated, but username will change to comply with the “laws”, try following @fakedeanmary.” Among other topical 140-character quips released »

City | 4:45 pm | September 14, 2011 | By Drew Henderson

Pepsi-themed Yale pride at Stop & Shop


In a moment of neighborly pride, Stop & Shop on Whalley Avenue decided to show its allegiance in a creative way: a tower of Pepsi products that reads “Y Bulldogs.” A Yalie snapped a picture.

University | 12:13 pm | September 12, 2011 | By Emily Foxhall

Campus secrets organization hosts “security summit”


This weekend, as leaked in a post Friday on, Yale played host to the Yale Security Summit — a three-day conference organized by the Yale Society for the Exploration of Campus Secrets. Featured speakers listed on the weekend’s program included: Marc Tobias: an “investigative attorney and security specialist,” who has written seven police textbooks »

University | 3:08 pm | August 31, 2011 | By Andrew Giambrone

Revolutionary Communists flyer campus


While you were out shopping for classes today, you may have encountered the beginnings of a grassroots Communist Revolution on our very own Elm Street. A spokesperson for the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA, was handing out flyers near the Elm Street gate to Old Campus around 12 p.m. “You can’t change the world if you »