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How do you tender your chicken? Chicken tender day recipes

I’m no foodie, as the below blog post will likely make clear, but I think there’s a way for everyone to cultivate a little corner of the culinary world, a place where they can make their mark. I tend to think of myself as a bit of an expert on Yale Dining’s chicken tenders. Nothing […]

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Yale College Council sets 2009-’10 agenda

This year’s Yale College Council is looking to put the finishing touches on its merger with the Yale Student Activities Committee, even as it juggles a full plate of student advocacy issues. This year’s YCC set out a fall agenda on Sunday that aims to continue the YCC’s work on academic minors, gender-neutral housing and […]

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Chefs protest menu decisions

When Frank Douglass Jr., a second cook in Trumbull College’s kitchen, went to prepare the picadillo de pavo for Wednesday night’s dinner, he realized there was a problem. He’d never heard of it. Upon discovering how to make the ground turkey based dish, he remained unimpressed. “It’s got a big name on it and it’s […]

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Despite renovations, bells to toll for murdered student

The Guild of Carillonneurs will be given access to Harkness Tower, which is currently undergoing a year-long renovation, to play the bells in honor of Annie Le GRD ’13. The bells will ring between seven and eight.

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News analysis: Yale College Council to continue research

The Yale College Council is poised to continue using research reports as a means to influence University decisions, a year after debuting the strategy with mixed success. YCC President Jon Wu ’11 said the YCC will continue to bring policy research before Yale’s administrators in order to influence campus issues, such as academic minors and […]

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University begins installing bedroom locks

Nearly two years after the Yale College Council first proposed the measure, the administration has begun to install locks on bedroom doors in residential colleges. In an effort to increase security within the colleges, Yale Facilities installed locks on nearly 389 doors in Berkeley College, Silliman College and Arnold Hall this summer. Individual door locks […]

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Film replaces ‘Sex Signals,’ to mixed reviews

In order to better communicate to freshmen the dangers of sexual harassment and assault, the University this year removed “Sex Signals,” an educational performance featuring professional actors, from freshman orientation and replaced it with a short film shot on Yale’s campus presenting fictional scenarios of sexual harassment. “We felt we could create a film with […]

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Commons goes trayless

When Allison Bruff ’10 walked into Commons Dining Hall last Friday, she immediately noticed a change — the once-ubiquitous beige trays were nowhere in sight. “I was horrified,” Bruff recalled. [ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”10385″ ] In an effort to reduce food waste, Yale Dining has launched an experiment in trayless dining at Commons. The program, which will […]

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Dining revamps policy on swipes

Though the Class of 2013 will never have the experience of swiping for sushi at the Law School dining hall, Yale Dining is hoping to take an “Uncommon” approach to dealing with budget constraints. Starting this semester, students will no longer be able to use dining swipes and points at Yorkside Pizza & Restaurant, Wall […]

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