From Dakota to Connecticut. The Association of Native Americans at Yale, Fossil Free Yale and other student groups are hosting Cherokee lawyer Mary Kathryn Eagle for a discussion on the Dakota Access Pipeline today at 7 p.m. in LC 102.

Everyday IM hustlin’. Sillimanders now have an extra incentive to participate in IMs. For every selfie taken at the IM fields and sent to the Head of College, students will receive two Sillibucks to spend at the buttery or on Silliman gear.

When they go low, we get high. Saybrook Dean Christine Muller sent a Saybrook wide email yesterday afternoon asking students to be considerate of others after various undergraduates reported smelling marijuana in the Saybrook library last week.

Yale – 1, Harvard – 0. The Bulldogs may have lost to the Crimson in field hockey on Friday, but Yale is leading in endowment returns. While this year Yale’s endowment grew by 3.4 percent, Harvard’s dropped by two percent.

Yale – 1, Harvard – 1. According to the Crimson, Harvard is on track to completing their new LGBTQ and Diveristy office by 2017. Meanwhile, the location of Yale’s own office of LGBTQ resources has been a source of concern among undergraduates. It is currently located in an annex dorm behind Payne Whitney Gymnasium.

The Union and the Constitution forever. In the first presidential debate last night against Hillary Clinton LAW ’73 , Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump referred to La Guardia, JFK and Newark Airports as “third world countries.” What does that make CT Limo then?

Debates for days. “I have a son, he’s 10 years old. He has computers, he’s so good with these computers it’s unbelievable,” Trump said during the debate. Yale could always use another CS50 teaching assistant.

What’s in a name? Tonight at 8 p.m. the Committee to Establish Principles on Renaming will meet with students of Calhoun College at the Calhoun Head’s home.

Trapped in the closet. R. Kelly will perform in Bridgeport early October. A former professional basketball player, the singer and producer is known for his collection of hit singles like “Bump N’ Grind” as well as his hip-hopera.


1960 Timothy Dwight College administration debate requiring female visitors to carry passes on weekends. Women are already required to have passes on weekdays.