See you at #HackHvn, n00b5

April 8, 2011
This weekend, 54 hackers will consume 7.5 pounds of coffee in a 24-hour marathon of computer programming. It’s not a study group for CPSC 437. Instead, the event, HackHaven, will bring together techies from across New Haven for the town’s first-ever “hack-a-thon.” Divided into teams of five members, participants will compete to design the best »

For countries, for Yale?

February 18, 2011
In April, University President Richard Levin will travel to Beijing to deliver an address to a crowd gathered to celebrate at Tsinghua University. It will be the school’s 100th anniversary, and nearly Levin’s 20th trip to China in 17 years as Yale’s President. The University’s Asian outreach is not new — Yale’s ties to the »

WEEKEND | Restaurant Week: Heirloom

November 8, 2010
Shortly after arriving for dinner at Heirloom, located in New Haven’s swanky hotel The Study, I was seated promptly amid a restaurant full of other diners. The restaurant was not overly crowded, and their presence created a warm and lively background for my three-course meal. But the experience suggested to me that Heirloom was challenged »