Magazine | 10:40 pm | January 24, 2012 | By Lauren Oyler

It’s the digital age, get with it!

If you are not on Twitter you are a fail whale.

If you’re one of those people who “just can’t do” Twitter, get over yourself. “Ha!” you’re probably saying as you read your paper copy of the Wall Street Journal and think about monogrammed tote bags. “One does not need to get over oneself when one is not posting mindless updates about one’s unimportant daily goings-on »

University | 10:32 pm | January 23, 2012 | By Dan Stein

TEDxYale releases trailer featuring red body suits

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Remember when your dad taught you Morse code? Yeah, neither do we. But Yale’s TEDx program has used the dots and dashes to promote their event on February 4. In a video sent to Yale students today, five red body-suited individuals move and bounce their bodies to a pulsing soundtrack, with interspersed images of soldiers »

University | 11:43 am | January 12, 2012 | By Akbar Ahmed

Other new websites compile various services

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Every day, in every way, Yalies are supposed to strive for the best. During shopping period that translates into a nasty twice-yearly sale, where nothing is actually on sale, especially not textbooks, and everyone is stressed because OMG we have to take the best classes! A key part of this ritual is receiving hordes of »

University | 10:59 am | January 12, 2012 | By Caroline Tan

New website tries to host everything Yale

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Via an email to Yale early this morning came news of a newly launched website called “Everything Useful.” Everything Useful hopes to compile important information for Yale students in one place, according to the email. Think Wikipedia, but for Yale. Created by Casey Watts ’12, the new site explains everything from getting free food at »

Uncategorized | 5:18 pm | July 21, 2009 | By Harrison Korn

Another week, another e-mail snafu

Except this time, it is Yale’s fault and not Hotmail’s. Many Elis woke up this morning surprised to find their inboxes completely devoid of new mail, the result not of summer doldrums but rather a faulty Yale e-mail server. Early Monday, one of the servers that handle’s Yale e-mail failed, according to Information Technology Services »