SLIDESHOW: Yale victory over Quinnipiac

[showcase id=”12410″] On Saturday, the men’s hockey team won its first NCAA Division I national championship in program history. On his birthday, goaltender Jeff Malcolm ’13 led the Bulldogs to a 4–0 shutout of Quinnipiac.

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SLIDESHOW: Bulldogs at the Frozen Four

[showcase id=”12416″] After defeating Minnesota and North Dakota in the first two rounds of the NCAA men’s hockey tournament, Yale advanced to the Frozen Four to take on UMass-Lowell. The Bulldogs won the game with an overtime goal by captain Andrew Miller ’13.  

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Drug treats depression in hours

A drug known on the street as “Special K” could be the newest innovation in anti-depression treatment. In a review article published in “Science” on Oct. 5, Ronald Duman and George Aghajanian, psychiatry professors at the Yale School of Medicine, brought together more than a decade of research on the drug ketamine and its potential […]

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See a slideshow of Class Day hats

Class Day is a chance for seniors to experiment sartorially with elaborate hats. See a slideshow of some of our favorites below:

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Tom Hanks spotted on Chapel; Martin Scorsese in front of JE (UPDATED)

Class Day speaker Tom Hanks was spotted strolling down Chapel Street shortly after 11 a.m. with a group of Yale students and faculty. Hanks will take the podium during the Class Day ceremonies, which begin at 2 p.m. today. UPDATED: 1:17 p.m. We also got a sighting of acclaimed director Martin Scorsese in front of […]

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Through the Lens: 38th Annual Cherry Blossom Festival

Although New Haven endured a brutal winter, it seems spring is finally around the corner. A group of locals anticipated its arrival Sunday in Wooster Square with the 38th Annual Cherry Blossom Festival. What was a modest gathering in 1973 has become a major New Haven event, drawing well over 1,000 visitors. Staff photographer Brianne […]

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Through the Lens: Snow paints the campus white

Contributing photographer Omar Nije, staff photographer Brianne Bowen and photograph editor Chris Peak were armed with cameras when inches of snow blanketed the campus on a winter day. Yalies took advantage of the pristine powder during snowball fights sponsored by various student groups. By Saturday, the skies were sunny, but more snow is forecasted for […]

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