Lindsey Mergener
Webmail gets new look and improved features

The leaves may not have changed colors yet, but computer screens around the world have. Students accustomed to seeing the bright blue Yale WebMail screen […]

10 things to do in New Haven

1. Pack a picnic lunch, a good book, a Frisbee and a blanket. Invite your friends on a mini-adventure to East Rock. Forget driving — […]

Men’s golf defends turf in Yale Spring Opener

Despite chilly and windy weather on the Yale Golf Course this weekend, the men’s golf team took first place in the Yale Spring Opener. The […]

Holidays affect dining services

Today, Jewish and Catholic Yalies are united in that they can’t eat a French dip sandwich in the dining hall. As the Catholic Lent ends […]

Long Wharf names new artistic director

For former members of New Haven’s theatrical community, there’s no place like home. Next season, the Long Wharf Theatre will have a new artistic director. […]

State plan to fight terrorism kicks off

The U.S. Department of Justice has approved Connecticut’s Domestic Preparedness Strategic Plan, making the state eligible for $2.6 million in federal funds that will be […]

Famed historian Ambrose under fire for plagiarism

A passage regarding plagiarism in “Sources: Their Use and Acknowledgement,” a handbook created by Dartmouth College and distributed to Yalies — with permission — states […]

Students set to fly home despite air terror, crash

Although the recent crash of an American Airlines flight in New York and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks have deterred many Americans from flying, many […]

Groups honor U.S. veterans

On Sunday afternoon, a group of about 30 shivering people gathered beneath the flagpole in Beinecke Plaza for a “Rally for America” sponsored by the […]

Yalie is finalist in Tommy film contest

Patriotism pays. Kevin Sladek ’03 has been selected as one of 30 finalists in the Tommy Hilfiger “Earn Your Stripes and Be a Star” contest, […]