Finnegan Schick
Staff Reporter
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Film reveals Yale Bowl’s early years

Students may be familiar with silent films from Yale Symphony Orchestra Halloween shows, but one silent film about Yale has not been seen in New Haven for over 80 years.

Carney traces journey from Yale to White House

Speaking to a packed room of Timothy Dwight students yesterday, Jay Carney ’87 traced his path from arriving as a freshman at Yale to becoming the White House press secretary under President Barack Obama for three years.

Pitkin Plaza welcomes new café

G Café, a restaurant specializing in high-quality artisanal breads, opened its second branch last Friday on Orange Street.

Revisiting Yale’s Election Day success

17 Yale alumni were elected in Tuesday's midterm elections, totaling three senators, three governors and eleven members of congress. Yale didn’t quite beat Harvard’s numbers, however.

Faculty, students respond to high admin salaries

At $864,319, the average pay package given by the University to 10 of Yale’s top administrators has sparked conversation on campus.

Pregnancy hormone may reduce cocaine use

Postpartum women with cocaine addictions may have an easier time achieving lasting abstinence with the help of the naturally occurring hormone progesterone.


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Yale grads unveil new party network app

Designed by Ivan Fan ’14, the “Huddlr” app allows Yale students to see the location of on-campus parties and which of their friends are attending.

Music Haven to change leadership

After changing the lives of more than 500 New Haven children through music, a husband and wife are turning their attention to two other kids ­­— their own.

SCHICK: Working to work

This is a case of Yale searching for that extra penny at the cost of the pound.

New Haven Museum screens home movies

Home Movie Day, an international celebration of amateur films, returned to New Haven on Saturday for the first time in seven years.