Fantastic Four star and teenage boy fantasy Jessica Alba recently made a visit to suddenly very hip Wolf’s Head Society. According to a tipster, husband and “budding producer” Cash Warren ’01 brought her along for some elite treats out of plastic cups, weird games with sleepy-time masks, and photo ops. We can thank the latter for a peek inside the Hall (and Alba’s see-through dress).
While you can find pictures of Jessica Alba in any Maxim magazine, the shots inside of the Hall rank a bit higher than bathroom reading. But just a bit. There’s a framed picture of a letter to Yale President Richard Levin—that looks exactly as you’d expect a framed picture of a letter to look. Props to the photog for nailing that William Eggleston look in the boardroom shot. And the basement, well, it has that Yale feel to it: dark, Gothic, always morally bankrupt.
***Note: Stuffed wolf body but stuffed cougar (yes, it’s a cougar) head? What gives?
Here’s the part where everyone’s an investigatory journalist. What was the stripper wearing in the eye-mask scene??? From the expression on LBD girl in the background (center-left) who looks like a Looney Tunes die-hard, it’s probably an Elmer Fudd kind of thing—floppy hat, bell end gun, and accompanying insinuations—and she’s just recognized the speech impediment. Dude next to her recognized it, too.
After the jump, photos inside the Wolf’s Head Society and some surprisingly trustworthy captions about what’s actually happening in them.
Invitation to WHS 125th Anniversary Celebration to President Richard Levin from former Yale President Benno Schmidt.
Basement of Wolf’s Head Society. Note the quality of taxidermy (It’s high. Trust me. I’m from Tennessee.)
Wolf’s Head Society Meeting Room. Note dramatic shadows.
This picture came from Tap Night, April 16, 2009. If it’s not the promise of a stripper these Yale juniors are grinning at, it’s the promise of a wealthy, privileged future they didn’t earn.
Jessica Alba, Cash No-last-name-needed, and some Elis during a visit from the Hollywooders on March 28, 2009.