Library celebrates Preservation Week

For the past week since Sunday, the Yale University Library joined other libraries across the United States to celebrate National Preservation Week. The staff of Sterling Memorial Library has been hard at work labelling books that need to be repaired, a project that was completed this Monday, afixing orange tags to those that need attention […]


Kelly ’14 climbs way to championships

While rock climbing, Charlie Kelly ’14 said he tends to be so focused on maintaining his breathing and his balance that when he returns back to the ground he has forgotten the details of what he has just done. Although he may not remember the details of his climbs, what he will remember is his […]

W. LACROSSE | Elis fall to No. 12 Tigers

A crowd of more than 700 was on hand to witness the women’s lacrosse team play the first game of a doubleheader as part of the dedication of Reese Stadium on Saturday. But despite the festivities, the Bulldogs (2–9, 0–4 Ivy) lost 9–3 to No. 12 Princeton (6–3, 3–0). Yale is still tied for last […]

YCC | Matthew Williams ’13, secretary

After spearheading events such as the 3rd annual Iron Chef competition, Matthew Williams ’13 has decided to run for the Yale College Council’s secretary position. Williams, a Global Affairs major who hails from Massillon, Ohio, said his main goal as secretary is to strengthen communication between Yale College Council, the administration and the student body. […]


Esty to link green, business

The newly appointed head of the Department of Environmental Protection, Dan Esty LAW ’86, hopes to make Connecticut the leading state in the race toward a clean energy future. Esty, also a Hillhouse Professor of Environmental Law and Policy at Yale, is in the process of combining the state’s environment and energy policy, by combining […]


New railcars arrive

In the last two weeks, Metro-North has taken two significant steps toward its goal of putting a brand-new fleet on the New Haven Line. Last Thursday the Connecticut Bond Commission approved financing for the last 38 cars of the planned 380, and this Tuesday, the first eight of Metro-North’s new M-8 cars made their first […]


First city garage up for auction

The Temple-George garage is the first garage the city of New Haven will open for auction. After more than 30 years of ownership, the New Haven has opened the Temple-George garage — which primarily serves the Temple Medical Center of Yale-New Haven Hospital — to bidders starting Feb. 7. Matthew Nemerson, chair of the New […]


Education reformers talk money, teachers

Education experts said America needs to start seeing a return on the resources the country invests in education. A panel discussion at the Yale Law School Saturday evening titled “The Economics of a Great Education” explored the sometimes-low correlation between government spending and student achievement. Hosted by the Black Alliance for Educational Options, the experts […]


Yalies take on Muslim “sibs”

Muslim Yalies who are miles from their siblings will now fill that role for high school students in New Haven. The eight undergraduates in the “Siblings of Salam” program, which pairs Yale students with New Haven teenagers through a Muslim house of worship called the Masjid Al-Islam center, will be meeting their “little sibs” for […]


Gateway finishes exterior

Exterior construction has been completed for the new downtown campus of Gateway Community College. More than 200 people gathered at the corner of Church and Crown streets on Jan. 20 as the steel frame was completed for the new downtown campus of Gateway Community College. This marks the completion of the first step of a […]


Fireworks set for Hanukkah

The Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale is planning an explosive celebration of Hanukkah starting tonight. The center will launch fireworks from the roof of its building on Wall Street for eight consecutive nights as part of a light-themed Hanukkah celebration this month. Organizers will launch a single firework Wednesday and add another […]