Kaitlin Paulson
Local restaurant hosts cookie-tasting

Forget visions of sugar plums — pistachio-cranberry icebox cookies are the new stuff of holiday dreams. At the restaurant Chow on Tuesday evening, three dozen […]

City teens learn to debate

Parents usually want their teenagers to argue less. Yale’s Urban Debate League just wants them to argue better. Friday afternoon, a group of 35 New […]

YALE-PRINCETON | Who but Yale cheers in ancient Greek?

Leave it to Yalies to cheer in ancient Greek at a football game. Tomorrow during the Yale-Princeton game, Yale Cheerleading will be reintroducing the “Long […]

Veterans chat over pancakes

While Veterans Day seemed like any other Tuesday for most, a few individuals stopped to remember the people the day was set aside for, with […]

Students unite for second Interfaith Day of Service

When it comes to reaching out to the community, sometimes a game of Scrabble can make all the difference. Friday, the Yale Chaplain’s Office hosted […]

Obama pastor visits state

MILFORD — For a change, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright was the quiet one. An estimated crowd of 800 gathered at Kingdom Life Christian Church in […]

Soup kitchen faces steep expenses

Concerns about the economic tremors from Wall Street are stewing on 84 Broadway, the location of New Haven’s Community Soup Kitchen. Community Soup Kitchen and […]

Former Freedom Rider addresses Yalies

On Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. Reginald Green stood in the Dwight Hall library, gesturing at a book. “Here is my arrest,” he said, pointing at […]

‘Sing’ for social justice

Thursday night, Dwight Hall combated near-freezing temperatures with hot apple cider and singing. Community Sing is a project initiated by Micah Hendler ’11 and Mari […]

In SSS, a research playground

Stepping into room 210 of Sheffield-Sterling-Strathcona Hall is a little like reentering childhood: Snapshots of babies smile down from the walls of a cozy corner […]

On the Ground: The search begins

A move just one block down Grove Street may well be a move almost entirely out of the daily lives of the student body — […]