The rain that hit campus this semester may have been a downer for cooped-up Yalies, but for Connecticut’s oyster industry, which has a long history in New Haven, it meant nearly a month of work lost. “It’s been a devastating year for the oyster and clam industry,” says one oyster company owner.
Part of a matched set: When hiring, the University makes an effort to also find a place at Yale for professors’ spouses. As a result, many husbands and wives can both call Yale home, something that some married professors said strengthens their relationship. Read the full feature in tomorrow’s News.
- Discussion section. Sometimes it’s beneficial, sometimes it’s a waste of time — and almost always, it’s required. But that might change soon, as Grad School Dean John Butler takes a closer look at the ritual of sections in Yale College.
High of 54 degrees, low of 44, rain.
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- Menu for Monday, April 25 currently unavailable on yale.edu/dining.