Gavan Gideon
Staff Reporter
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Q poster found vandalized

A poster for Yale’s LGBT-interest publication, Q, was found vandalized tonight in Branford College, Co-coordinator of the LGBTQ Co-op Ryan Mendías ’13 said. Mendías said […]

Franco GRD ’16 will also go to school in Houston

As has been shown in the past, James Franco GRD ’16 certainly recognizes the value of a well-rounded education. But apparently five collegiate institutions are […]

Open Yale adds 10 lectures

Open Yale Courses, a program that broadcasts select Yale lecture courses free of charge online, added 10 new classes to its offerings this month. This […]

Zelinsky ’13 responds to critical flyers

Flyers criticizing Nate Zelinsky’s ’13 recent opinion piece for the News regarding the role of the Ward 1 alderman have been posted around campus. The […]

Subletting app popular with grad students

It appears Yalies — with graduate students being particularly supportive of the project — have embraced Bay Gross’ ’13 new app intended to improve the […]

Times covers Title IX

More than a week after the federal government opened an investigation into the University for possibly violating Title IX, a significant addition has been made […]

Yalie creates subletting app

Yalies looking for a place to live in New Haven this summer now have an app to aid them in their search. Bay Gross ’13 […]

State may regulate hookahs

While students and administrators debate the merits of a Yale-wide smoking ban, hookah smoking — currently unregulated in New Haven and across Connecticut — has […]

Model UN heads to Singapore

Though Yale and the National University of Singapore are still discussing plans for the liberal arts college they hope to build together, a group of […]

YCC funds West Campus storage, sustainability

Student projects designed to reduce financial and environmental waste will be funded through the Yale College Council’s first-ever 10K Initiative. After polling the student body […]

Biofuel plant to use cooking waste

Leftover cooking oil from University dining halls will soon contribute to an expanding renewable energy industry. Connecticut-based Greenleaf Biofuels is planning construction of a biodiesel […]