History in the Making

Yale’s yearbook, the Banner, is being revitalized by a group of students in an office previously home to musty boxes, a squatter, and two recently stolen Macs.

An artist's rendering of the Yale Banner, which many students have trouble recognizing. Andrew Nelson Few know the location of the office of the Banner, Yale’s yearbook. In fact, many students don’t even know that Yale has a yearbook, according to Banner senior class liason Ryan Carter ’11. So when that office was robbed the weekend of Safety Dance, the Banner’s six staff members were bewildered—first walking, then running from room to room searching for the two freshly delivered Macs (complete with Adobe CS5) that. . . Read more
Elisa Gonzalez