Naomi Massave
State wants liquor stores to use machines to check ID

Underage drinkers will soon have a new enemy to contend with. The state is encouraging liquor stores to buy scanning machines that check the validity […]

Drives keep students voting in right ward

Most students start off the year with new roommates, a new phone number and new notebooks. But some should think about a new voter registration. […]

For freshmen, Thursdays are Naples nights at Yale

For many freshmen in their first semester, there is no question as to their Thursday night plans. Freshman pack the three rooms of Naples, elbowing […]

Beware the winter — it’ll come

  Texan Lauren Johns ’04 had never seen snow fall before, so she was quite surprised to see the first flurries before Halloween last year. […]

Commencement activities feature famed speakers, memories

Commencement weekend will be packed with activities and will feature high-profile speakers such as President George W. Bush ’68 and New York Senator Hillary Rodham […]

Group collects interview clothing for needy

It is spring cleaning time, and it could not be easier to get rid of the clothes that don’t quite fit anymore or don’t quite […]

Seniors let loose with free beer at Rudy’s

After months of research and many sleepless nights spent in computer clusters across campus, seniors can finally change out of their sweatpants and see the […]

For Piro, two races, more questions

Some eyebrows on campus were raised last week when Jennifer Piro ’04 put up campaign posters before the Yale College Council’s official election campaign kick-off […]

Beinecke coup: Israeli poet donates papers

Israeli intellectuals are up in arms over the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library’s acquisition of the late world-renowned Israeli poet Yehuda Amichai’s personal archives. […]

Divinity hit by anti-gay message

Last Saturday, the Divinity School’s gay community was shocked to learn that an unknown party had defaced posters advertising an upcoming talk by a gay […]

For 300th birthday, Yale gets a post card

Neither rain, nor snow, nor dark of night could keep more than 100 people from gathering in Connecticut Hall Friday. In celebration of Yale’s 300th […]