Bulldogs split against ECACHL foes

The women’s hockey team got a jolt of momentum from a rout of a local rival Saturday, but the energy sputtered out midway through the first period during a showdown against Princeton the next afternoon. The Bulldogs had mixed results this weekend, as the squad won 3-1 against Quinnipiac on Saturday but was unable to […]

Matza leads m. golf to seventh place finish

The men’s golf team faltered on its home course this weekend, placing a disappointing seventh of 18 at the MacDonald Cup. The Bulldogs racked up a score of 925, tying with Birmingham Southern for seventh place. Binghampton won the event with a score of 904, while the University of Pennsylvania came in second with a […]

Donations help repair mosque

With a little help from the Yale Muslim Students Association, the Masjid Al-Islam mosque managed to put a new roof on its house of prayer just in time for Ramadan. The mosque, located in the Dwight neighborhood, cost approximately $19,000 to repair, almost half of which was borrowed from the mosque’s general fund. Masjid Al-Islam’s […]


Hunger program revamped

Yale undergraduates have been helping prepare meals at the Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen for the past 16 years. But this fall, this volunteering tradition is changing in an effort to serve hungry New Haven residents more efficiently. Now known as the Yale Hunger Heroes, a team of three student coordinators and more than 100 volunteers […]