Students allege Bass café swapped espresso

Students hoping to pull all-nighters during Reading Week may want to avoid the Thain Family Café. According to several reports from student employees and a document obtained by the News that appears to be part of the café’s internal records, some managers at the café have been substituting decaf espresso for caffeinated espresso at various […]

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Nation editor pans objectivity

It is impossible for journalists to be completely objective, according to Katrina vanden Heuvel, at least. Vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of The Nation, a magazine which describes itself as “the flagship of the left,” addressed the Yale Political Union on Monday night to discuss the role of opinion in American media. She spoke in […]

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Former poet laureate discusses Biblical life

Former Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky told the “story of stories” in the Branford College common room on Wednesday. That story, the biblical account of King David, is the subject of his new work, “The Life of David.” “I don’t think any life has ever been made up, never mind lived, that had as many things […]

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