And here we go. As the (all-too-recent) snow continues to melt away, so too does the amount of time left in the school year: Five weeks of classes, then two weeks of papers and finals remain. Better hit the ground running — the grind continues.
Not quite Cabo. Fear not: This weekend’s almost-blizzard appears to have just been an aberration. Multiple weather sources point to temperatures pushing into the high 40s and low 50s by the end of this week. Welcome back to the Elm City, where post-winter flurries no longer strike us as out of the ordinary.
“How was your break?” To spare you from the inevitable small talk, here’s some of what we’ve gathered: the Spizzwinks were in Colombia, some of YIRA hit Scotland, Medical Brigades visited Panama and many, many others took to the beach for… less legitimate reasons.
From Adrianna’s to Zinc. Those of you looking to relive Spring Break adventures from around the globe (or redeem a lack of them) can do so by dining through New Haven Restaurant Week’s “internationally diverse” lineup. Prix fixe abounds.
Changing the game. As the Crunchbutton-Foodler empire continues to grow, a new player will bring something different to the table. Alcohol delivery startup Porter21 is set to launch locally this month, the New Haven Register reported yesterday.
Spring into action. In case you end up wanting to burn off the Restaurant Week and Porter21 calories, take advantage of the new intramural season that kicks off today. Offerings include softball, dodgeball and ultimate frisbee.
Denial is unhealthy. Given everything that unfolded this break, we might admit that Harvard has had our number in basketball and hockey recently. But Yale will always be king of the law school game, something that Business Insider tried to question in an article titled “Yale Law always beats Harvard, and it’s a complete mystery why” published last week.
On the big stage. After hosting the season’s last Yale hockey game, Ingalls Rink held the state championship games for Connecticut high school boys hockey teams from three divisions this weekend. Teams from Darien, Suffield/Granby/Windsor Locks and E.O. Smith/Tolland all took home hardware from the Whale.
THIS DAY IN YALE HISTORY 2011 A survey conducted by the News reveals Silliman students to be the most satisfied with their college dining hall. Students also call for the addition of later dining hours.