Setting the Record Straight

  Setting the Record Straight: The Origins of “The Game”   By CHIDAMBARAM THILLAIRAJAH   In 1852, as spring became summer, the students of Yale issued Harvard a challenge. The recently formed Yale rowing team had invited the even more recently formed Harvard rowing to come test the superiority of their oarsmen.  A gauntlet had been thrown down and could not remain unanswered. On the third of August of the same year, both teams met on the banks of Lake Winnipesaukee and climbed into their respective racing shells. The sleek boats pulled out onto the water and lined up, still, …

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How Switching to Sustainable Dining Really Looks

  How Switching to Sustainable Dining Really Looks: The advent of sustainable dining is a story of many food laboratories    By MARISSA GARCIA   ANNENBERG HALL, THE TABLES Annenberg Hall on a weekday morning is nothing short of bustling, hands juggling plates stacked with pancakes and bacon along with bowls abound with oatmeal. It’s Annenberg’s only meal period free from dining restrictions, and the inevitable struggle of finding a seat shows for it. Combing through the long tables for an open seat can be fruitless as many groups of friends chat before their 10:30am classes. Despite breakfast being an open …

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