The newest shack in town

September 21, 2012
“This is SO GOOD.” That’s pretty much the going sentiment for anyone who has checked out the newest shack in town: Shake Shack, a popular burger joint with a cult-like following that opened on Chapel Street last week. I was assigned to review the new restaurant, a task that I accepted vigorously and carried out »
Best known for his role as Harold in the "Harold and Kumar" films, John Cho, center, spoke at a Berkeley College Master's Tea about his experience as an Asian-American actor.

Meeting Harold: A Q&A with John Cho

April 20, 2012
Q. So, how do you like Yale so far? A. It’s very beautiful. I’m stunned by how clean it is. I went to a very dirty university … whenever I go back to the Bay Area, I want to say, “It’s okay to urinate in places that aren’t stairwells.” [Also], I’m stunned at the beauty »

Frat City?

February 24, 2012
Welcome to Frat City. In a three minute, 16 second music video that surfaced last December, Yale rappers “DaLegend” and “MC Lars” captured that simple message in their musical debut, informing Yale students that “frat city … runs the whole school.” The video continues, rhythmically chanting a sequence of different Yale fraternities — including Alpha »

If art is more your speed

November 18, 2010
For those of you battling winter chills and stuffy noses, the Harvard Art Museums offer a nonalcoholic way to beat the cold in Cambridge this weekend. The sports-illiterate and those not quite up for sitting outside for hours on end can find refuge in the exhibitions on view. The Harvard Art Museums consist of three »

WEEKEND | WEEKEND braves Silli scares

October 29, 2010
It’s been 180 years since Benjamin Silliman was last seen, but on Thursday, his spirit came back to life for the annual Silliman Haunted House. Haunted House tour guides wearing white, faceless masks asked students to look for Silliman’s ghost while they showed the eager daredevils around the College’s basement, the rumored location of his »