YCC rolls out winter break meal plan

From Jan. 7-12, Yalies back on campus can eat in the Ezra Stiles and Morse dining halls due to a new winter break meal plan organized by the Yale College Council. Under the new initiative, students can pre-purchase two to 12 lunches for $7 each, though student-athletes will be provided separate meal cards by the Athletic […]

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Admins launch new alcohol-related initiatives

Administrators have launched two new alcohol-related initiatives that aim to evaluate alcohol culture at Yale and seek ways to form a safer undergraduate experience. In an email sent yesterday afternoon to the student body, Yale College Dean Mary Miller and University Secretary and Vice President for Student Life Kimberly Goff-Crews announced the “Task Force on […]

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Shortened reading week builds stress

For the first time since it was instated over 30 years ago, reading week will no longer last a full week.

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Dining introduces allergen stickers

Yale Dining has begun to roll out a new picture-based label system to help students easily identify meals containing allergens.

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Tailgate exceeds low expectations

Despite a lack of food and music at the Yale-Harvard tailgate, students said they enjoyed the event.

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Yale to host three tailgates

Two residential colleges and the Yale College Council will host tailgates at the 129th Yale-Harvard Game on Saturday.

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YCC aims to expand contact with President’s Office

The Yale College Council’s executive board has made an effort this year to improve its relationship with the President’s Office.

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Spring Fling Committee and Women’s Center consider artist selection

While Spring Fling may not be until April, the Women’s Center and the Spring Fling Committee have already started thinking about the event. Members of the two groups met Wednesday afternoon to discuss sex and gender sensitivity issues surrounding Spring Fling artists and to brainstorm ways the committee can choose performers that will not make […]

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Saybrook expands Monday dining options

The fruit smoothies available in the Saybrook dining hall Monday night kicked off a year of expanded food options in the college. Saybrook Monday Madness — a Yale Dining initiative that provides additional food options in only Saybrook College each Monday night — began this week to increase traffic in the Saybrook dining hall. The […]

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Davenport debuts new bike policies

Davenport bike owners who use fences, posts or furniture as impromptu bike racks will have to find a new way to store their bikes. Davenport College now requires all students to register their bikes with the Davenport College Master’s Office — joining Branford College and Jonathan Edwards College in implementing stricter bike-usage policies. Though in […]

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Fewer Halloween festivities this year

For the first time, Silliman College will not host its annual haunted house for Halloween this year and Berkeley College has had to end its long-established tradition of “liquor treating.” According to Hannah Fornero ’15, board member for Silliman’s Activitie s & Administrative Committee, Silliman decided this year to offer its haunted house every other […]

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