Payne Whitney hikes its rates
For the first time in several years, Payne Whitney Gymnasium has increased costs for members. In an email to Yale students, faculty and staff Thursday evening, the Payne Whitney staff announced a change in the rates its members must pay to use the athletic facilities, effective this month. “We have not raised prices at the »
FOOTBALL: Elis to visit Dartmouth
Last week’s 24–10 victory at No. 18/19 Cal Poly last week improved Yale football’s record to 3–0, its best start to a season since 2007. Yale will put that winning streak on the line against Dartmouth tomorrow. The Elis returned home this week from an almost 3000-mile trek to face the Cal Poly Mustangs, but »
FOOTBALL: Keys to the game against Dartmouth
The football team will put its perfect 3–0 record on the line Saturday when it faces Dartmouth (1–2, 0–1 Ivy) in an Ivy League matchup at Memorial Field in Hanover, N.H. Yale leads the overall series 53–37–6 and has won nine of the past 10 meetings, but the Big Green beat the Bulldogs 34–14 at »
FOOTBALL: Furman ripe for the job
When back in the pocket, it helps a quarterback to know exactly what his receivers are thinking. After spending most of his junior season at wide receiver, quarterback Hank Furman ’14 has the extra experience it takes to lead the Bulldogs down the field every drive. Two games into the season, Furman has run in »
New tailgate rules in second year
Two years ago, Yale tailgates saw rowdy crowds mixed with oversized trucks, couches, loud music, kegs and glass bottles filled with hard liquor. But at the first tailgate of the 2013 football season, the scene was much more tame.
GOLF | Two teams, two titles
By the end of day one, both the men’s and women’s golf teams came out on top. By the end of day two, both sets of Eli golfers had clinched a tournament victory.