Beinecke preps for renovation

After commencement, students, faculty and other patrons of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library will not be able to step foot in the building for 16 months. Because the library is being renovated, its nexus will temporarily shift to Sterling Memorial Library, to be housed in the Franke Family Reading Room in Sterling Memorial Library.

Yale Daily Minute | 4.23

Headlines: Alcohol Harms Prevention office to expand, New SAT prompts Yale to evaluate testing requirements, Former Yale prof and "Turkish Einstein" passes away.

Thursday’s XC | 4.23

The final countdown. You’ve probably been too busy to notice, but the end is fast approaching. Power through — Spring Fling beckons.

Yale Daily Minute | 4.22

Headlines: Plan to introduce carbon charge gets mixed reviews, Spanish & Portuguese grad program sees lower yield, Payne Whitney Gym will extend hours next semester.

Wednesday’s XC | 4.22

‘Til next fall. We hope all you prefrosh enjoyed yourselves here — grab some pizza as you leave, bask in the glory that is senior spring and then make the right choice: Boola Boola.

Yale Daily Minute | 4.21

Headlines: Title IX committee promises changes following YCC report, Yale streamlines website for mental health and counseling, Man arrested in SSS after disrupting history lecture.

Tuesday’s XC | 4.21

Much respect. We’d be remiss not to write about the other prizewinners. The Post and Courier, for example, received the Pulitzer for Public Service for “Till Death Do Us Part,” an in-depth series on domestic abuse in South Carolina.

Yale Daily Minute | 4.20

Headlines: Yale will institute carbon emissions change, University aims to address concerns with cultural houses, Gender neutral housing comes to Yale-NUS.

Monday’s XC | 4.20

Most importantly. (4) Join the News. From 10:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. tonight, we will host an Open House in our building at 202 York St., for anyone looking to contribute to the Oldest College Daily. There’s a reason why one of the first things you did was pick up a copy of today’s paper.

Yale Daily Minute | 4.19

Headlines: Pitch competition expands entrepreneurship, Facilities Access Group gains influence in planning, New Haven sees first youth homicide of 2015.

Homicide takes sixteen-year-old victim

A sixteen-year-old male was killed in the Elm City last night — the first youth homicide of 2015. According to a press release from the New Haven Police Department, officers were dispatched to Exchange Street, near Blatchlesy Avenue, shortly after midnight responding to reports of a double shooting. At the scene, emergency responders attended to two victims of gunshot wounds: the sixteen-year-old and 20-year-old Justin Compress. Compress was shot in his shoulder, hand and wrist, but is in stable condition, according to the release.