Did you know…?
Yale has launched a brand-new program to develop the knowledge of the masses with little pickets charmingly called “Elihu Facts,” in a nod to a Yale nickname that nobody actually uses. Reads one Elihu Fact recently put up on Cross Campus: “Unrestricted funds allow Yale to address immediate priorities and develop new programs.” What are »
News covers Salovey showing off News article about Salovey
Former editor for the News Ravi Goel ’93 sent this pic our way earlier today. Seems President Salovey appreciated Larry Milstein’s coverage of Yale’s $51 million budget surplus for the 2014 fiscal year. Read Milstein’s story here. In other news, this post means the News is now reporting on the administration using a story that the News »
Shaking it Off
The defining moment from Taylor Swift’s fifth studio album comes midway, on none other than the omnipresent lead single “Shake It Off”. Amid crashing cymbals, an infectious saxophone hook, and a backup chorus sing-shouting along, Taylor sings: “To the fella over there/ With the hella good hair/ Baby come on over here/ And we can »
And We’re Off!
Welcome to our little WKND chunk of cyberspace. Don’t worry; we’re a little nervous to be here, too. We know as much about the tubes that make up the interweb as a CS major knows about Aristotle. Not that we know much about Aristotle either. But in any case, the World Wide Web is a »
Facebook Horror Stories
If there’s one thing I’ve learned as an adolescent/person who has attended a lot of Bar Mitzvahs, it’s that no one should ever ask a 13-year-old what they think about anything. When I joined Facebook in the fall of 2008, I was just approaching the zenith of middle school awkwardness. I had a lot of »
Five Days for Two
If you’re reading this, you probably know: WKND is something different. We cuss and joke and make a lot of bad puns. We use the first person. We wear sweatshirts and jeans. We’re part of the YDN, sure, but we’re up in the attic of 202 York.