Raymond Carlson
Brief: Heavy winds fell tree on Cross Campus; no injuries reported to security

If a tree falls and no one is there to hear it, does anyone care? Apparently Yalies care — as long as that tree is […]

Lamont and Kumar go to Yale

As Super Tuesday looms, Yalies in the Obama camp have stepped up their efforts to woo New Haven voters. To kick off the weekend’s events […]

Despite concerns, freshmen warm to counseling proposal

In 19 months, Elis taking their first walk through Phelps Gate will be inundated with sources of support. But one long-standing fixture of this network […]

Flame retardant mishap closes Calhoun dining for a night

Hungry Hounies looking for dinner Tuesday night were turned away from their dining hall doors by what a posted sign characterized as “unforeseen circumstances.” Around […]

TD dining hall will limit lunchtime access, possibly to keep out DS students

Timothy Dwight College has restricted a portion of its lunches on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons to exclude students not in TD — possibly in […]

Students present on Kenya trip

A month and a day after Kenyan voters thanked Yale student election monitors for their surveillance of that country’s presidential election, the students presented their […]

Ten presidents and 130 years at the University

Ten men have had the distinction of being full-time President of Yale since 1878. Over the past 130 years, each has faced the challenges of […]

‘Crank Dat for Kenya’ raises roof, cash

The rhythmic beat of African drums reverberated throughout the Afro-American Cultural Center as buoyant dancers filed into the room. The echo of the dancers’ bare […]

In a New York minute, aid vs. displacement

Zuhar Khan, 50, a resident of 600 West 133rd Street — a building in the 17 acres of Manhattanville soon to be acquired by Columbia […]

On MLK Day, music, faith, lock-in unite campus groups

Only two months after a dining-hall employee discovered a racial slur spraypainted on a wall outside Pierson College, hundreds of students, professors and local residents […]

Campus campaigns pick up pace, phones

As the primary election campaigns unfold across the country, Illinois Senator Barack Obama has preached that “the time for change is now.” And Thursday night […]