City | 7:05 pm | January 10, 2012 | By Gavan Gideon

Register to cease printing operations, lay off 105

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The New Haven Register’s printing operations — that is, its actual printing press and distribution center — will close down in March, the New Haven Independent reported on Tuesday. In a Monday letter to Andrea Slusarz of the Connecticut Department of Labor, New Haven Register Publisher Tom Wiley said around 105 people will lose their »

University | 2:49 am | January 10, 2012 | By The Yale Daily News

Cross Campus: 1.10.12

Yellow forsythia flowers are blooming in Branford.

A forsythia grows in Branford. Eric Larson, manager of the Marsh Botanic Gardens on Science Hill, confirmed that yellow flowers blooming in Branford are forsythia. The flowers caught the eye of English prof. Leslie Brisman. “Is this a horticultural reminder to all students that what is about to start is the ‘spring’ semester?” Brisman asked. »

Uncategorized | 2:32 am | August 28, 2009 | By Yale Daily News

Cross Campus: 08.28.09

Yale comes in third. U.S. News ranked Yale behind Princeton and Harvard yet again. But we all know Harvard sucks and Princeton doesn’t matter. Or maybe Princeton sucks and Harvard doesn’t matter. Either way, college rankings suck and really don’t matter. (No bitterness here.) Emma Watson, Brown 2013. After much speculation, it has been revealed »

Uncategorized | 10:54 am | August 19, 2009 | By Yale Daily News

Have a favorite Vincent Scully memory?

Sterling professor emeritus Vincent Scully, who began teaching at Yale, his alma mater, in 1947,  is stepping away from the lectern and turning his attention to writing and research. Divya Subhramanyam tells us: His lectures are legendary; stories of Scully’s electric presence abound in the lore of Yale and the architecture community. He is known »

Uncategorized | 2:34 am | April 30, 2009 | By Yale Daily News

Cross Campus: 04.30.09

Victory, at last. Timothy Dwight College brought home the Tyng Cup on Wednesday, overcoming a strong challenge from Jonathan Edwards College. Blue State Coffee will remain open all night tonight. It will also be open for extended hours throughout the weekend — until midnight on Friday and Saturday and for 24 hours Sunday. Not to »