In one of the closest and most exciting renditions of The Game in recent history, the Yale football team erased a 17-point deficit in the second half but wound up falling, 31–24, in its eighth straight loss to Harvard.
The Elm City is currently home to around 14,000 undocumented immigrants, according to Mary Buchanan of DataHaven. It remains unclear just how many will still be at risk of deportation under Obama’s executive action.
In the coming days, football is not the only arena in which Yale and Harvard will go head to head. The Harvard-Yale Ebola Challenge, a joint initiative between the schools to raise funds for and awareness of Ebola, officially kicked off yesterday with the support of Mayor Toni Harp and Dean of the Yale School »