Allez Cuisine! Iron Chef Yale will take the stage in Commons this evening, so the dining hall will be closed for set-up between 2:30 and 5 p.m. Calhoun will be serving extended lunch from 2:30 p.m.
Catch it if you can. The Caseus Cheese Truck will make a stop outside Silliman College today, selling soups, sandwiches and salads on the corner of College and Grove streets from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
But don’t get caught yourself. New Haven police announced Tuesday that they will soon set up sobriety checkpoints at two city locations to crack down on drunk driving. Police said impaired drivers will be subject to immediate arrest.
Mike Jones ’11 wants YOU. The Ward 1 Alderman is seeking volunteers to help conduct the U.S. Census in April, according to an e-mail he sent to his Ward 1 news panlist. Each completed census form will bring $9,000 to New Haven in various forms over the next 10 years, Jones said.
The firm behind many of the residential college renovations, Philadelphia-based KieranTimberlake, was selected by the State Department to design the new American embassy in London. The British ambassador, meanwhile, was at Yale. See story, page 3.
Tonight’s hour-long episode of ‘E! Investigates’ will focus on college security, prominently featuring the murders of Annie Le GRD’13 and Jasper Howard at the University of Connecticut, which dominated headlines when producers conceived the program.
A Princeton freshman has garnered heaps of flak after publishing a column in Monday’s issue of The Daily Princetonian that condemns women who drink too much and fall victim to date rape. The column has sparked more than 230 online comments.
Trinity College’s Baset Chaudhry apologized Tuesday for screaming at Yale opponent Kenneth Chan ’13 after Saturday’s match, which helped the Bantams clinch their 12th consecutive national title. Following Saturday’s confrontation, Yale coach Dave Talbott had proposed that the College Squash Association penalize Chaudhry, who is slated to defend his individual national title in early March. Footage from the fracas surfaced on Perez Hilton’s blog Tuesday.
THIS DAY IN YALE HISTORY
1942 The University announces a new education program to assist in the war effort. The “Yale Plan” dedicates the University’s educational facilities to training for the Army, Navy and war industries.