Tao Tao Holmes
Yale Lunch

For a few seconds, I stare at the simple, white screen of YaleLunch.com. My name and email address are typed in. All I have to […]

JCC goes pre-professional

In an effort to transcend its reputation as a social organization, the Junior Class Council has launched a new series of pre-professional information panels designed […]

Top 10 Things To Do In The Snow

1. Maple syrup candy: Throw out that Aunt Jemima’s you degrade your pancakes with and go buy some real, locally-made maple syrup. Heat it up […]

Top 10 Ways to Procrastinate During Exams

Virtual Communication: Arrange Skype dates with all of your high school friends, middle school friends, elementary school friends, summer friends, friends of friends — even […]

LGBT youth attend conference at Yale

Fierce Advocates, a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender service and advocacy group, held a conference for high school students Saturday on Old Campus. The free […]

Kenta Koga

Kenta Koga ’14 rushed Sigma Phi Epsilon so that he would have a place to store his doves. Luckily for the Berkeley College freshman from […]

Author explores Columbine

At a Pierson College Master’s Tea on Monday, journalist and author Dave Cullen addressed a small audience of fewer than twenty students about the 1999 […]

Renowned editor describes work with Clinton, Heller

Acclaimed editor and publisher Robert Gottlieb didn’t want to call former President Bill Clinton LAW ’73 “Mr. President” while he was correcting the punctuation in […]