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Panache hair salon closes

After 22 years of operation, Panache Hair Salon in Chapel Street’s Sherman Alley will close its doors Saturday. Because of financial troubles, Panache owner Florence […]

Katz talks cocktail culture

Cocktail consultant, mixologist and self-proclaimed “professional drinker” Allen Katz told Yale students the secret to becoming a skilled bartender Tuesday: Drink a lot and take […]

Dems phone-bank, work to get out the vote

The Afro-American Cultural Center was buzzing today as the Yale College Democrats worked the phones to encourage Yalies to get out the vote. The volunteers […]

Dispatch from the polls: Numbers from Ward 22

As 4:38 there were 421 voters in Ward 22 — a Ward that encompasses some of Yale’s residential colleges. Check back for more updates.

Bun Lai is a “great” person

New Haven’s own Bun Lai was named the “Greatest Person of the Day” by the Huffington Post earlier this week for his work with developing […]

Law School panel weighs in on death penalty

As the sentencing for Stephen Hayes, a convicted murderer in the 2007 home invasion case in Chesire, begins this week, a panel of three opponents […]

Dudley ’87 makes bid in Oregon

Chris Dudley ’87 is changing up the political scene in Oregon with his gubernatorial bid, according to a Bloomberg article Tuesday. Known for being the […]

Miya’s owner talks sushi, sustainability

Bun Lai, sushi guru and owner of Miya’s Sushi on Howe Street, brought samples of sustainable sushi for students to savor during a talk about […]

Ok, the God Quad goes purple

The God Quad recorded a spoof of the OK Go video “A Million Ways” titled “A Million Ways to be Purple” advertising the party that […]

Duke copies Yale

Duke University is re-vamping its housing system, and the plans look a little familiar. The new “housing model,” as the Duke community is calling it, […]