Esther Zuckerman
A “Glee”-ful Yalie

Taylor J. Smith ’10 is making us feel like we’re in a teenage dream. The recent grad can be spotted in the rendition of Katy […]


No, you’re not dreaming. That is snow on the ground. For more information about the substance, Master Stephen Pitti sent the following e-mail at 7:59 […]

Recent alum in contest to interview Bush ’68

Yalie to Yalie: Andrew Carter ’10 is one of five finalists competing to interview former President George W. Bush ’68 about his memoir “Decision Points.” […]

Gearing up for the Game

Even though Harvard students can already get their free tickets for the Game, Yalies will have to hold on for a little longer (and will […]

YCC hosts event with “puppy-socializing”

Nope, you did not read that wrong. Yale College Council is hosting an event tomorrow that features “puppy-socializing, free candy, and a wonderful celebration of […]

Be safe, have “glorious consensual sex”

“Glorious consensual sex?” Sounds pretty good. In the it’s-Halloween-be-safe e-mail from the Sexual Harassment and Assault Resources & Education (SHARE) Center sent to us by […]

Happy Birthday, Doonesbury!

The 40th anniversary of Garry Trudeau’s ’70 ART ’73 famed “Doonesbury” comic strip is upon us. We still run “Doonesbury,” which started as “Bull Tales” […]

Live tweet: Biz Stone Master’s Tea

We are live tweeting the Biz Stone Morse Master’s Tea @yaledailynews.

Lorin Stein ’95 on books’ “erotic” appeal

For some good literary procrastination listen to Paris Review editor and Yalie Lorin Stein ’95 chat about books and writers. In this podcast posted on […]

Katie Couric tweets Family Weekend

Family Weekend may be technically over, but CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric is still thinking about it. Couric tweeted at the University Monday morning: […]

It’s here…

Family Weekend is upon us. [ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”1593″ ] A tipster sent us a photo of a car with a Georgia vanity license plate reading: “YALEMOM.” […]