Pro-Tip. What we learned about a certain Westport hedge fund last night: Bridgewater reads Cross Campus. And so should you, if you want to be a buy-side gladiator.

And now, we wait. App deadlines for the other, perhaps tamer internship opportunities at firms like Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and Bain & Company passed yesterday. Question: How many ping-pong balls can you fit inside SSS 114 during a Corporate Finance lecture?       

Harvard’s so popular. Some hard-hitting investigative reporting by Quartz ranked the Ivy League schools by the number of Twitter users following their respective alumni page. @HarvardAlumni topped the list with 21,600, dwarfing @Yale_Alumni’s last-place yield of 889. Sorry, friends. Looks like Harvard really is the better school.

Hann-y time. Yale College Democrats President Tyler Blackmon ’16 appeared on last night’s broadcast of “Hannity” on Fox News. We’re going to guess that Blackmon, also a News staff columnist, blended right in down there.

Where’s the pork? Chipotle restaurants across the nation — including the one on Chapel Street — have temporarily stopped selling carnitas after finding its supplier to be in violation of company standards. Maybe give the sofritas a shot, instead.

Shabba! A$AP Ferg and YG. Tonight at Toad’s.  Quite the turnaround from Wednesday’s Corey Smith concert. Isn’t Toad’s great?

Varga! Canadian sports news network TSN gave an update on the man, the myth, the legend Tyler Varga ’15, who’s down in Bradenton, Fla., these days training for the NFL Draft and everything that comes with it. The piece highlighted Varga’s speed as something oft-overlooked about the running back… we’ve always thought he was pretty fast.

Arco’s new arena. The Pittsburgh Penguins picked up Mark Arcobello ’10 yesterday, meaning the former Eli will be playing home games on the same ice that his old teammates won the 2013 National Championship on.

Heart-stopping fun. PULSE Happy Hour is tonight atThe Study. If you’re looking to get your young professional on, mosey on down Chapel Street at 6 p.m. Dress code encompasses “sparkly jewels” and tuxedos.

THIS DAY IN YALE HISTORY 1934 The application process for baseball team student manager opens. “The work is attractive and typewriting is not required of the competitors,” a posting read.

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