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Hate sign removed from Durfee Hall

Morse College freshman counselors removed an offensive banner from Durfee Hall Monday. The banner had upset several students, but the students who hung the sign […]

Complaints lead to new location for masquerade

After a day of e-mail uproar, the Senior Class Council officers announced at a Tuesday night meeting that the Masquerade Ball Saturday will be moved […]

More int’l students expected at Yale

Yale freshmen keep getting smarter and smarter — and more diverse. Now that Yale’s admissions policy is need-blind for international students as well as domestic […]

UHS ready for anthrax; Cipro kept on hand

Dr. Paul Genecin, director of Yale University Health Services, said Yale is well-equipped to handle an anthrax outbreak. Genecin would not disclose the size of […]

Tercentennial Office is history; some staff remain

Yale’s Tercentennial ended with a bang, but the Tercentennial Office will end its labors with less fanfare. With the yearlong celebration over, the office space […]

DeStefano takes heat for posters

Despite the seemingly benign nature of Mayor John DeStefano Jr.’s campaign posters in a city elderly home, the mayor’s Republican opponent has charged that DeStefano’s […]

Sillimanders to don military gear at Yale Bowl

In a last-minute scramble, University Secretary Linda Lorimer asked members of Silliman College to participate in the Yale Bowl presentation Friday dressed in military uniforms […]

College presidents flock to New Haven to celebrate

You don’t have to go to Yale to get a blue robe. Representatives from colleges and universities from all over the world will attend Friday’s […]

Tap Night proceeds, politely

Lauren Worsham ’05 sat in her Durfee Hall common room at 9:45 last night, laced up her tennis shoes, put her hair in a ponytail […]

Women in universities is gender panel’s first topic

Yale’s special tercentennial conference “Gender Matters” kicked off yesterday with a panel titled “Women and Universities.” More than 200 women, and fewer than 10 men, […]

Gov. Rowland says state is safe, ready to aid N.Y.

HARTFORD — Gov. John G. Rowland said yesterday Connecticut is safe and should now focus on helping its neighbors. “There’s no reason to believe that […]