In Focus: Student Technology Collaborative

The Student Technology Collaborative is part of Campus Technology Services, the group within Information Technology Services tasked with supporting the students, faculty and staff of Yale. STC’s goals are both to provide necessary IT services and support to students and to provide valuable, real-world work experience for student employees. The STC accomplishes this through four […]

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SLIDESHOW: Basant, Festival of Kites

On Saturday, Yale students, faculty and other members of the New Haven community celebrated Basant, the Hindu festival for the first day of spring, at Farnam Memorial Gardens. Kite-flying is one of the main festivities to mark this joyous occasion.

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Fall Festival furnishes foreign flavors

The Yale College Council, in collaboration with Yale Dining, sponsored the annual Fall Festival on Old Campus. The event, held rom 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, allowed students to sample a variety of dishes from other cultures — such as “Traditional roast beef with Merlot sauce” from “Northern Europe.” Student bands such as […]

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InFocus | THE MARSH GARDENS

InFocus is the newest feature of the News’ photography desk. Staff photographers produce a feature on a topic of their choosing through interviews and photography. Combining both text and image, the InFocus is the culmination of News photographers’ exploration of New Haven and Yale. High up Science Hill, past Ingalls Rink, past Sterling Chemistry Laboratory […]

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Why is this night different from all other nights?

The President’s Room in Woolsey Hall played host to a Seder celebration Monday. Residential col- leges and the Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale held their own Seders marking the beginning of the Passover holiday.

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Prefrosh receive canine sendoff

Not letting a big inflatable version of himself outshine him, Handsome Dan appeared on the last day of Bulldog Days 2011 to a crowd of excited prefrosh and parents to wish them a safe journey home.

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Relay for Life gets the message out on Cross Campus

The Connecticut Relay for Life is the largest fundraising event at Yale. Although the relay itself won’t take place until Friday and Saturday, the American Cancer Society kicked off a “Purple Week,” a colorful campaign designed to raise wareness about the disease. There was even a flash mob performance of a version of Taio Cruz’s […]

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Through the Lens: They’re Everywhere

Yalies aren’t the only creatures dwelling on campus. Birds and squirrels abound. But we should not weep for lack of diversity in Yale’s animal kingdom, for the furry and feathery inhabitants are reminders of a glorious and rapidly approaching spring. Staff photographer Victor Kang captures the lives of these neighbors.

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First tournament for water polo team

The Yale women’s water polo team competed against Coast Guard on Saturday in their first league tournament. This was the third match out of the four for the Yale team this tournament; other teams participating were from Dartmouth College, Boston College, Boston University and Williams College.

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A snowstorm feast

Flocking to the feeder. When snow hit Yale once again, at least these birds had something to be happy about. Some kind soul at the Groves Cemetery had put enough feed for the next snowcaplypse.

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It’s a doll

Shops on Chapel Street were alive Thursday evening, literally. Instead of just mannequins in their windows, they had live people posing.

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