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Teasers and tassels

We settled into our seats, ordered a bottle of red wine, and prepared ourselves. “Who’s ready to see some  beautiful women take their clothes off?” boomed a woman, clad...

Jin Ai Yap YH Staff

Taking a Chance

Last June, alone on the Metro North, surrounded by pregaming twenty-somethings and a blurry coastline, I was bound to my thoughts. There was a lot on my mind, mostly...

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Harvardscopes

At Yale, we have residential colleges. At Harvard, they have houses. Dipika Gawande, DC ‘15, consults her astrological sources to bring each house a weekend fortune. Lowell House Your...

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A tale of two Instagrams

Yale’s rivalry with Harvard might be ages old—but how does it manifest itself in an increasingly virtual world? One word: Instagram. Let’s begin with the basics, shall we. With...

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Coffee’s on, computers off

On a Tuesday night in Blue State, I’m sitting in the corner, spying on the rest of the patrons. Two hours after I came in, students at three of...

Zach Schiller YH Staff

Brothels and sisters

On any given New Haven Saturday night, there are plenty of seedy places to explore. Maybe Catwalk, the strip club on the east side of town, or the inside...

Jin Ai Yap

Indigestible truths

Last Friday evening, Yale students crammed into Loria lecture hall for a screening of Joshua Oppenheimer’s The Act of Killing. Dressed in black, microphone held in humble prayer, Oppenheimer himself...

(Christine Mi/YH)

Shalom, Lynwood home

As far as Shabbat dinners go, it’s still a room full of half-empty glasses of wine and big grins. All that’s changed is that a trip to the bathroom...

(Christine Mi/YH Staff)

The new brew

With only six craft breweries, all of which are fairly new, Connecticut has traditionally been more of a wine state. Homebrewing seems to Vignola to be the next logical...

(Serena Gelb/YH Staff)

Parade of the dead

The bustling scene outside Bregamos was in preparation for a parade celebrating Día de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, a Mexican holiday that honors the memory...

(Julia Kittle-Kamp/YH Staff)

Superheroes on Chapel

As I’ve never been one for comics, I had never given much thought to Alternate Universe, New Haven’s only comic book store. But visiting the shop, I found myself...

New Haven gets thrifty. (Madeline Butler)

Previously worn

Wednesday, Oct. 3, marked the end of the weeklong Fall 2012 Flash Sale at {Cut. Cloth.}, a “little pop-up vintage clothing thing,” as owner Janis Foo, LAW ’13, described...

Mory's is still kicking.

Tuesdays at Mory’s

Dreary October rain always finds me looking for respite; on this particular Tuesday evening, I take refuge in one of Yale’s most storied establishments. Located at 306 York St.,...

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Securing Toad’s

“I don’t like having to get physical, but it’s part of the job,” said Greg Hannah, a bouncer at Toad’s Place. A classic concert venue since the ’70s, many...

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Art and activism in New Haven

When I arrive with my friend at 212 College St. on Saturday night, I walk into an empty room and face a large white wall covered with the greeting:...

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Spring has sprung

While Myrtle and Senior Week promise to be liquor-fueled and thus enjoyable, there is no rule in place preventing seniors from experiencing similar levels of fun throughout their final...

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Homework for life

"Um, you have to turn it in. I don’t think there’s a choice.” Adam, my FroCo and source of eternal wisdom, gave me a bewildered look when I innocently...

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Look, a normie!

Normie (n.) 1. A Yale College undergraduate who does not play a varsity sport and whose college career is therefore considered “normal.” The following report charts a day in...

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The danger of dynasty

There is little debate as to which residential college reigns supreme in the world of intramural sports. Jonathan Edwards has won the Tyng Cup—the highest prize in intramurals—for the...

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A sporting chance

New Haven is a great city in many ways. It does, however, lack a professional sports team (with the notable exception of the Yale Men’s Hockey team). What’s a...