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McDonald's tops dining rankings

(03/24/04 5:00am)

Students who complain about the quality of Marketplace food now have quantitative data to back up their gripes, as the eatery rated dead last in Dining Services' most recent Performance Assessment for Culinary Excellence rankings. Meanwhile, the world's common denominator of food, McDonald's, earned a resounding first place over all other University dining establishments.

Keohane plans book, not memoirs

(03/17/04 5:00am)

President Nan Keohane is beginning to get a better sense about her post-presidency plans, which will become reality July 1 when Dean of Yale College Richard Brodhead takes her place at the helm of the University. To begin, she is taking a one-year sabbatical at a prestigious research center near Stanford, Calif. Next, she wants to write an important work of political philosophy about inequalities and has no interest in writing her memoirs.

Hull faces angered selectives

(03/02/04 5:00am)

Residence Life and Housing Services Director Eddie Hull defended his decision to abolish annual review at a panel discussion Monday, citing his desire to take a fresh look at West Campus residential life in light of a quadrangle-based model. Some in attendance questioned whether this new model would mean a dim future for selective living groups on campus, to which Hull replied that he is "neither considering nor not considering any particular outcomes."

Hull nixes spring annual review

(02/26/04 5:00am)

In a shocking move that defies a unanimous Campus Council resolution and erases a long-standing feature of residential life, Residence Life and Housing Services Director Eddie Hull has completely eliminated annual review for the immediate future. Annual review is the process by which selective living groups are evaluated on their contribution to the residential community.