Friday’s Buzz: 11.9.12

THE NEWS University Provost Peter Salovey has been announced as Yale’s next president and will start his post June 30. Read more about his appointment, the presidential search and Salovey’s background in tomorrow’s News. James Bennet ’88, editor in chief of the Atlantic, joked to an audience of roughly 50 Yalies that the main idea […]

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Cross Campus: 11.8.12

War of the worlds. The first snowfall of the year blanketed New Haven yesterday, turning Yale’s campus into a sea of white and prompting students to launch snowballs at one another. In honor of the wintry event, the Freshman Class Council organized a massive midnight snowfall fight on Old Campus, while Berkeley College split into […]

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Thursday’s Buzz: 11.8.12

THE NEWS Despite the LGBTQ Co-op’s large following at Yale, some students are looking to create new outlets for LGBTQ students. Fonzy Toro ’15 created De Colores, a group for Latino LGBTQ students, at the beginning of this school year, and now students in the Asian-American Cultural Center are creating an LGBTQ group for Asian […]

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Wednesday’s Buzz: 11.7.12

THE NEWS As polls close across the country, Yalies across campus are gathering together to view the results of Election Day 2012. Read about the campus’s reactions to the results and Yalies’ involvement in the election in tomorrow’s paper. Recent graduates still living in New Haven will no longer have to wait for their reunions […]

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Cross Campus: 11.6.12

Rock the vote! After millions of dollars, thousands of advertisements and months of campaigning, the day of reckoning is here. Thousands of people across the country will turn out in droves today to cast their votes for the next President of the United States. If you’re registered to vote in Connecticut, make sure to stop […]

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Tuesday’s Buzz: 11.6.12

THE NEWS The fruit smoothies available in Saybrook College’s dining hall yesterday night kicked off a year of new expanded food options in Saybrook each Monday. “Saybrook Monday Madness” — a Yale Dining initiative that provides additional food options in only Saybrook College each Monday night — began this week to increase traffic in the […]

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Cross Campus: 11.5.12

Get your game face on. Tickets for the Yale-Harvard game on Nov. 17 will go on sale at 9 a.m. today and can be picked up at the Yale Athletics Ticket Office adjacent to the Payne Whitney Gymnasium. The Game tickets cost $20 for one discounted ticket and $35 for one full-price guest ticket, and […]

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Monday’s Buzz: 11.5.12

THE NEWS Nearly 1,100 people filled Woolsey Hall on Friday night to see a colorful celebration of South Asian dance, music and even a live episode of Yale’s own “Indian Idol.” Roshni is the largest event put on by Yale’s South Asian Society (SAS) in the fall semester, with 11 performances ranging from Nepali ethnic […]

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Cross Campus: 11.2.12

Take me to New York. Commuters taking the Metro-North today will enjoy a free ride all the way to Grand Central Station. Following three days of suspended service due to damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, Conn. Gov. Dannel Malloy announced Wednesday that there would be no fare for state Metro-North commuters for the rest of […]

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Friday’s Buzz: 11.2.12

THE NEWS The Elm City has a lot at stake in this year’s presidential election. New Haven has received $26,477,616 in federal funding so far this year — in addition to $12 million from a federal education grant — that has been used to support housing, transportation and security throughout the city. But with the […]

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Cross Campus: 11.1.12

Strength in numbers. A group of 50 sophomores took the Halloween spirit to heart yesterday when they banded together to dress up as the “Fifty Shades of Grey,” a nod to the best-selling erotic novel that has taken the world by storm. Another student took a different route, wearing a giant Yale ID card with […]

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