University | 3:41 pm | October 16, 2012 | By Kirsten Schnackenberg

In Pierson, Sunday night dinner off-limits for transfers

Berkeley Dining Hall

For non-Piersonites, eating in Pierson on Sunday evenings is now a thing of the past. According to an email sent out Tuesday morning by Betty Lattanzi, senior administrative assistant for Pierson College, only students with a Pierson sticker on their ID cards will be admitted to the dining hall for dinner on Sunday nights. The »

University | 3:37 pm | October 15, 2012 | By Caroline Tan

PSA: Restricted Berkeley dining hours begin today

Berkeley Dining Hall

If you’re not in Berkeley and planned to eat in the dining hall today, you may want to think again. In an effort to avoid overcrowding, Berkeley College Master Marvin Chun submitted a proposal — which was recently approved — to Yale Dining and the Council of Masters last week that would close Berkeley’s dining »

City | 8:31 pm | October 2, 2012 | By Dan Stein

Q&A with Mory’s Executive Chef Jeff Caputo

Jeff Caputo, Executive Chef at Mory's, is at the helm of one of the New Haven's most iconic restaurants.

Ever wonder who’s responsible for making the food at Mory’s? Jeff Caputo, executive chef at one of New Haven’s most iconic restaurants, sat down with the News to talk about his style. Caputo previously served as Executive Chef for Scoozzi, a restaurant that abruptly closed October 2011, before he took his skills to Mory’s. Q: »

University | 11:19 am | January 10, 2012 | By Madeline McMahon

UPDATE: Silliman not giving up trayless


Trayless dining has been a distant, fleeting dream for a long time — in the ever-crowded, normally-perfect Silliman Dining Hall, trays have slowly been disappearing as part of an initiative to get the college trayless altogether. Monday was supposed to be the first day of a semester totally tray-free in Silliman, but according to an »

University | 10:24 am | August 30, 2011 | By Sam Greenberg

Dining halls to use new, uniform china set


Yale Dining has replaced the custom china sets in the residential colleges with a uniform set that will be used all across campus. The new china set features white plates with an outline and a “Y” on the bottom. The new set also has considerably fewer pieces than the old set – it includes only »