David Kurkovskiy
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
Jake’s Diggity Dogs to replace Mochi Store

Russell agrees that New Haven residents who frequented the Mochi Store should not be worried about the change in the menu. “The Mochi Store has gone nowhere, we just added the hot dogs,” Russell said.

Branford attempts subway marathon

200 miles, 400 stations, and 30 hours: Branford students and alums are attempting a trip to all the stations in the New York subway as part of a project called Branford Underground.

Panel discusses careers in music

At a Tuesday morning panel discussion, alumni of the School of Music advised current students to take risks and pursue innovative projects. Roughly 20 students […]

Aldermen meet post-election

The Board of Aldermen held its first meeting following Tuesday’s election on Thursday night. Though six new members were elected to the Board on Tuesday, […]

Gitlin talks history of minority activism

The push to create a more inclusive campus at Yale came from minority students themselves, according to history professor Jay Gitlin ’71 MUS ’74 GRD ’02.

Calhoun Happiness Project promotes positive thinking

On Tuesday, the Calhoun Happiness Project held a meeting to reflect on the passing of Calhoun Dean Leslie Woodard.

Food columnist discusses intersection of food and science

Food columnist and author Harold McGee GRD ’73 delivered a Tuesday talk on the intersection of food and science.

LAMP Festival brings together artists and performers

Hundreds of people flocked to New Haven’s Ninth Square District on Friday night to attend the third annual Light Artists Making Places (LAMP) Festival. The […]

“Anna in the Tropics” brings art of storytelling to the stage

“Anna in the Tropics,” directed by Eric Sirakian ’15 and produced by Douglas Streat ’16, opens Thursday at the Yale Repertory Theater.

Author discusses Elm City’s dark history

The Elm City’s dark history was on display last night at the New Haven Museum. Garbed in a red vest and gold chains, Michael J. […]