Hayley Byrnes
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City food plan revealed

New Haven’s food culture could soon see some improvements. The New Haven Food Policy Council, an organization that develops food policy within the city, unveiled […]

YSO, students frustrated with ticket decrease

150 tickets in two hours. That’s how long it took Trevor Auman ’13 to sell his share of tickets for the Yale Symphony Orchestra’s annual […]

Yale hosts 15th annual Physics Olympics

If all the rain from a summer rainstorm were gathered into a single drop, how large would that drop be? On Saturday, about 200 high […]

Wilson details immigrant experience

Chilean artist Liliana Wilson is able to explain her life’s events through her paintings. On Tuesday, Wilson presented a sample of her artwork — about […]

Peabody hosts tenth annual ‘Fiesta Latina’

Sixteen-month-old Thomas Bonacci said the word “octopus” for the first time on Saturday, as he gazed at a tentacle in the Invertebrate Hall of the […]

Red Lentil closes in New Haven

Vegetarian restaurant The Red Lentil closed its New Haven branch on Oct. 8, just two weeks after Atlas Restaurant closed and Panera Bread and Chipotle […]

Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg to come to Yale

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is slated to come to campus for a Davenport College Master’s Tea on Oct. 18, though tickets for […]

Yale AIDS project to launch website

After receiving a sizable grant this summer, the Yale AIDS Memorial Project is preparing to launch an interactive website by the end of January in […]