Opinion

Lund: Humanities more than argued

April 3, 2009
If Bryce Taylor ’11 is right about the humanities, I quit (“We live for the humanities,” April 3). If humanities have no practical utility, I will scrap my senior thesis and join the waitlist for a consulting job. I could use a good reason to stop editing my paper, but Taylor’s misguided defense isn’t one. »
Sports

Vball hosts league foes

October 6, 2006
The volleyball team is looking to maintain its standard of perfection this weekend with two critical Ivy League matches. The Bulldogs will need to prove their excellence, as their opponents will take advantage of any mistakes. Yale (7-4, 2-0 Ivy) squares off first against Columbia (5-5, 0-1) today at 7 p.m. Although Columbia hasn’t managed »
Sports

M. soccer seeks Ivy dominion

September 29, 2006
After a week that saw the men’s soccer team eke out a win over Ivy rival Princeton and suffer a lop-sided loss to UConn, the Bulldogs are eager to take on Harvard this Saturday in Cambridge, Mass., where they hope to secure another Ivy victory. Harvard (5-4, 0-1 Ivy) will pose a definite challenge for »
Sports

Men’s soccer beats Tigers

September 25, 2006
Continuing in the spirit of its recent games, the men’s soccer team held out until the final minutes to pull off an upset. In the wake of an astonishing victory against Fairleigh Dickinson, the Bulldogs (4-3-1, 1-0 Ivy) showed they are ready to compete for first in the Ivy League this season with a 3-2 »
Sports

M. soccer to take on Princeton

September 22, 2006
After a long streak of away games, the Elis will have the comfort of starting off the Ivy season at home this weekend. The stakes are high, but so is morale. A win against Princeton (3-2-2) would establish Yale (3-3-1) as one of this season’s Ivy League contenders, but a loss could take the wind »
Sports

Men’s soccer falters in Midwest

September 18, 2006
By Dane Lund STAFF REPORTER After entering the weekend with an even record, the Elis have stalled on the brink of their Ivy season opener against Princeton this weekend. The Bulldogs battled to reclaim a winning record, but missed the mark with a 1-1 tie to Drake and a stifling 3-0 loss to Creighton during »
Sports

Field hockey defeats VCU

September 6, 2006
After every tough season, there comes a chance for redemption. If the field hockey team’s season opener against Virginia Commonwealth University is any indication, the Elis may be rising from the ashes. Seemingly without a thought to their 6-11 record last year, the Bulldogs (1-0) secured a 3-1 win against VCU (1-3) on Friday to »
Sports

Shin ’07 leads Elis to Ancient Eight title

April 24, 2006
It has been three years. It has been three years since the Yale women’s golf team mustered up the power to beat the daunting Princeton Tigers and bring home the Ivy League crown. Now, the wait is over, the clouds are clearing, and the Elis can proudly call themselves league champions. The Bulldogs awoke Sunday »
Sports

W. golf falls to Hoyas, beats Tigers

April 4, 2006
The women’s golf team has a lot of things going for it. The Bulldogs have consistently topped the other Ivy teams at their invitationals, the spring weather has allowed them to move from indoors to outdoors, and this weekend they proved themselves worthy of an Ancient Eight crown. But they still aren’t satisfied. The Elis »
Sports

W. golf beats Princeton in sunny Florida

March 22, 2006
The women’s golf team got plenty of sun during spring break while the cold March weather raged on in New Haven. Instead of suffering through the late winter winds, the team packed their bags for Gainesville, Fla. and the Dominican Republic. In Florida, the Elis competed in the SunTrust Lady Gator Invitational, hosted by the »
Sports

W. bball seeks solid ending to ’06

March 3, 2006
After beating Cornell last weekend for its third victory this season, the Yale women’s basketball team hits the road, ready to fight to make the best of its last two games before closing the books on the 2005-06 season. This year has been particularly hard for the Bulldogs (3-21, 2-10 Ivy), but they have the »
University

Cafe to exude Moroccan flavor

March 1, 2006
Lahcen Alouah has always wanted to start a coffee shop for Yale students and New Haven residents. In the next few weeks, his dream will be realized with the opening of his Moroccan-themed Kasbah Garden Cafe at 105 Howe St., between Elm Street and Edgewood Avenue. As a member of Chapel West, a group of »