Esther Zuckerman
Curl Crazy

There once was a girl with one little curl Right in the middle of her forehead And when she was good she was very good […]

Fake Mary Miller twitter account returns

It’s back. Despite having been shut down last week, the Twitter account parodying Yale College Dean Mary Miller account appears to have returned (with a […]

A hope for self-betterment on High Street

One of the tarps hanging on a fence surrounding Street Hall construction on High Street is a little more artistic by the rest. It has […]

Tsui ’11 sings for ‘Sing-Off’

We know you missed seeing Sam Tsui ’11 videos. Well, have no fear, he of the multiple harmonizing personas can be back on your computers […]

“‘You know, this is the first time I’ve been here.'”

“You know, this is the first time I’ve been back here,” my dad said, his eyes fixed on the half-built frame of 1 World Trade […]

Sign above old Labyrinth advertises froyo

Froyo World competition? There is a new sign over what used to be the door to Labyrinth Books on York Street for “Flavors” advertising “frozen […]

Shopping period is here

Fall 2011 term classes began this morning at 8:20 a.m. (early, right?), which means we’re officially in shopping period. These coming days will be about […]

Where to eat after Irene

So now that we have the “all clear” alert from Yale we can venture outside (with “extra care,” of course). But where can we go […]

Lorimer says “Goodnight Irene”

In an email titled “Goodnight Irene!” Vice President and University Secretary Linda Lorimer put Yale community members’ concerns to bed, summarizing the extent of Irene’s […]

Power outages reported off campus

We are hearing that many off-campus students are without power this morning. A resident of the Elmhurst told us that buildings along Elm Street, including […]

Lorimer sends Irene update

After a night of wind and rain Vice President and University Secretary Linda Lorimer sent the following update for the Yale community, explaining there were […]