Trampoline Park

Children’s Programming Coordinators from Whitehall and Esplanade helped beat the winter blues by organizing a morning out a the trampoline park for our younger residents during their winter break from school.  What a great way to get out of the house, see some friends and burn off some energy!!

Have You Tried IT?

The Housing Office offered residents the opportunity to try IT: our local high ropes course and zip line attraction.  With discounted tickets and free transportation, it was an afternoon of high altitude fun!

Housing Fair

Our fourth annual housing fair highlighted so many great places to live both on and off campus!

I Scream, You Scream…

Children’s programming coordinator Ally Dunn, invited residents to the community room on Wednesday night to make their own ice-cream.  The results were delicious!  

Go Bulldogs!

Graduate Housing residents cheered on the women’s hockey team in their 3-2 win over Harvard on Friday.

New Furniture

The Community Rooms at Esplanade and Whitehall are looking better than ever thanks to all new furniture that was just delivered.  Be sure to stop by and check out the new look!

So Festive!

Residents of 68 Mansfield St. really got into the spirit of things; decorating a tree, lighting the menorah and even enjoying a concert of their own holiday music together!

Car Talk

Ron Gitelman from Yale Fleet brought along some of his top mechanics to introduce residents to the basics of automotive maintenance and repair.

Holiday Tree Lighting

All was merry and bright at Whitehall on Friday evening as the community gathered to celebrate the season and light the tree.  Santa himself even made an appearance!!

Harp Lessons

Things were sounding lovely in the 68 Mansfield common room this week when residents got to try their hand at playing the harp!

City Climb

Mansfield’s resident coordinator, Alex, set up an opportunity for his residents to try indoor rock climbing at nearby City Climb Gym.  Located within walking distance, it was a fun chance to try something new or enjoy a favorite pastime.

Thanksgiving Feast

HGS residents were invited to join the McDougal Center for their annual Thanksgiving Feast.  At only $6 a person, it was certainly not a meal to be missed!