University | 11:04 pm | March 27, 2012 | By Sophie Gould

Hungerford named next master of Morse

Acting Calhoun Master Amy Hungerford will succeed Frank Keil as Morse College master.

Amy Hungerford will succeed Frank Keil as master of Morse College, University President Richard Levin announced Tuesday during dinner in the Morse dining hall. Hungerford is the current acting master of Calhoun College and a professor of English and American studies. She and her husband Peter Chemery, associate director of undergraduate admissions, will begin their »

University | 3:38 pm | January 31, 2012 | By Tapley Stephenson

Saybrook dean to step down

Dean Paul McKinley DRA '96 addresses Saybrook students.

After 13 years helping Saybrugians, Saybrook Dean Paul McKinley DRA ’96 will step down at the end of the semester, he announced in a Tuesday email. In the email, McKinley said he will be taking time to decide whether to reenter the fields of drama and film, or to build upon his work as dean »

University | 11:55 am | January 11, 2012 | By Madeline McMahon and Daniel Sisgoreo

Morse master to step down

Morse College Master Frank Keil, pictured above in 2005, will step down at the end of the school year, he announced in a Wednesday morning email.

After 11 years of service, Morse Master Frank Keil announced his retirement today in an email to the Morse community. He will leave his post at the end of the school year. “As every new class of Morsels arrives and we get to know all the new freshmen in small dinners in our house, we »

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 »