The Reviver.

Michael Herbert ’16: Freshman Frat-Star(ter)

March 29, 2013 • 0
A freshman from a suburb of Denver, Colorado, Michael Herbert ’16 first stepped onto campus as a student last fall. In the middle of his first semester, Herbert began thinking of re-establishing a chapter of the Chi Psi fraternity at Yale, which dissolved in 1963. Chi Psi at Yale is now an officially registered fraternity — in fact, the only registered fraternity on campus — and boasts 26 new members, including 4 juniors. How did a freshman start up a successful Greek organization in less than a year? What are the next steps? Herbert tells WEEKEND how he initially got interested in the idea of starting a new fraternity, and how he hopes the organization will develop.

Snow Day of Judgment

February 22, 2013 • 0
Suddenly — out of nowhere — an explosion on Grove Street blew out all the Woolsey windows.
one day, readers, you will be these people. (We know you’ve already got the boat shoes.)

Playing it old school

November 16, 2012 • 5131
From white handkerchiefs to rowdy tailgates, the annual Yale-Harvard game is steeped with more than a century of long-standing tradition and excite- ment. And this weekend, Yale students making the trek to Cambridge will be following the footsteps of past students in a long line of history.