City’s lack of definition complicates relations

October 18, 2006 • 0
Many Yale students characterize the relationship with New Haven as “complicated,” but few can explain exactly why. This marriage actually has an interesting history. As a world-renowned educational institution, Yale’s location in New Haven seems riddling, even paradoxical — just compare its financial robustness to New Haven’s economic recession. Yet this trend is not just »

Bulldogs strive for title repeat

September 6, 2005 • 0
There are high expectations for a team drenched in Ivy glory. Last season, the Yale women’s volleyball squad became the first Ivy League team to win an NCAA Tournament match and were certainly deserving of its conference co-title, going undefeated in its last seven matches. Although this team’s accolades deserve respect and attention from the »