Harp names transition team
Exactly one week after she was elected as New Haven’s 50th mayor, Toni Harp ARC ’78 unveiled the team of people who will help ready her for the job.
Yale acquires LGBTQ archives
A leading gay rights organization has chosen Yale as the new home for its historical documents. The Family Equality Council, an advocacy group for LGBTQ parents and their children, announced earlier this month that it will donate its collection of archival materials to Yale University Library’s Manuscripts & Archives Department. Composed of documents ranging from »
Aldermen to decide future of Schubert
The Board of Aldermen’s Finance Committee voted seven to three to allow the full Board of Aldermen to decide the future of one of the Schubert Theatre.
Ivies encourage low-income applicants
The Yale Admissions Office has partnered with the state of Delaware to increase the amount of college preparation resources available to students living there.
Ward 2 race hinges on Yale, unions
Even outside Yale-encompassing Ward 1, students will be a crucial voting bloc in today’s Democratic primary, including in neighboring Ward 2.
SAILING | Bulldogs compete at National Championships
While most of Yale confronted a hurricane last week, one member of the No. 3-ranked Yale co-ed sailing team and two members of the No. 1 women’s sailing team braved the elements in Long Beach, Calif. Last week, Cameron Cullman ’13, Claire Dennis ’13 and Emily Billing ’13 joined 33 other athletes at one of »
HOCKEY | Hockey fans to turn volume up
Men’s hockey games are about to get a little rowdier. At Saturday night’s game against Quinnipiac University, a group of Yale students, known as “crowd leaders,” plan to make the student section a force to be reckoned with. They plan on handing out fliers, leading chants and generally boosting morale at the famous 3500 capacity »
FENCING | 40 years later, fencing coach still beloved
Sorting through fencing coach Henry Harutunian’s desk would be the dream of any budding archaeologist. A collection of 25 foils, the swords piled high, are almost historic artifacts — a testament to years and years of turning scared, callow freshman into tough, lean fencers. Looking at the mass of fencing material in front of him, »