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MiMOSA brings his beats east

Dubstep guru Tigran Mimosa, better known simply as MiMOSA, recently played Burning Man and is set to perform at this weekend’s Electric Zoo festival in […]

Monster Jam flattens Hartford

Last weekend, the Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam pulled into the XL Center in Hartford, Conn., the home of UConn basketball. Mud flew. For two […]

Accountant by day, announcer by night

For a man with such a tremendous voice, Mark Ryba is unassuming. When this reporter first met him, Ryba first said, “Are you sure you […]

Class of 1960 reunites, reminisces

This past weekend members of the football team of 1960, the last undefeated and untied Yale team, reunited to watch the Yale-Princeton game and celebrate […]

STARCRAFT | The Game in space

Friday night in the far reaches of the galaxy, Yale will square off against Harvard in an epic battle between humans, insectoids, and psionic power […]

Dr. Ruth promises lifetime of ‘good sex’

This past Friday, Dr. Ruth Westheimer appeared in front of hundreds of army cadets at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. “I got a […]

From the Big Apple to Heirloom

Carey Savona took the reins as executive chef at Heirloom, the restaurant at The Study at Yale, in early January and, in less than two […]

New law restricts credit card companies

People under 21 may now be less likely to take on excessive amounts of debt, at least if new federal restrictions on credit card companies […]

Restaurants prep for V-Day

The kitchens at New Haven’s restaurants are bustling as preparations for the Valentine’s Day rush get underway. But at six of the city’s swankiest eateries, […]

Alum runs for state post

When Gerry Garcia ’94 SOM ’01 was an undergraduate at Yale, he helped to start the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. Now, as a Democratic candidate […]

Public hearing reveals budget woes

Gov. M. Jodi Rell’s handling of the state budget has been “almost infantile” in recent months, a Democratic candidate for attorney general said at a […]