The Yale Daily News, the oldest college daily in the country, is now being produced using Power Mac G5s, Xserves and iMacs. “For the staff of the Yale Daily News, midnight is more than just ‘the witching hour.’ Throughout the school year, it’s a mere hour before deadline. While their classmates slumber or study, the 24-member team scrambles to edit and proof stories, tweak page designs, and FTP the electronic files off to the publisher. If all goes well, the paper hits newsstands by early morning. Beginning in January of 2004, the publication shifted its technology infrastructure to Power Mac G5s, Mac OS X, and Xserves. Despite the fact that the News has no tech support staff, this powerful new system has yet to miss a beat.”