David Frum ’82 believes that American policymakers have failed to make beneficial economic decisions during the last two decades.
University

Frum talks conservatism, anti-elitism

March 2, 2011 • 5
Neoconservative David Frum ’82 said American politics are unusually right-wing — in a “sane” country, anyone more conservative than him would be institutionalized. Frum, a former speechwriter for President George W. Bush ’68, spoke to about 30 people at a Branford master’s tea in the first on-campus event in the William F. Buckley Jr. Speakers »
Mary Ann Wasil Nilan, Steph Madner ’11 and McLane Ritzel holding pink laces.
Sports

Laces for Lana a success

February 24, 2011 • 2
Bright pink shoelaces with yellow tips are the season’s new fashion for supporters of Laces for Lana, the Yale women’s crew team’s fundraising campaign to promote breast health. Named after the mother of former captain Taylor Ritzel ’10 and her sister McLane Ritzel ’14, Lana Ritzel, who died of breast cancer in November 2010, Laces »
Sports

W. CREW | Varsity eight wins NCAA championship

July 16, 2010 • 0
The Yale women’s crew varsity eight boat took first place in the NCAA Championship Grand Final in Gold River, Calif., on May 30 with a time of six minutes and 24.75 seconds. Yale rowed a quick first 500 meters in Lake Natoma to grab the lead, holding on to beat the University of Virginia by »
Sports

W. CREW | Elis back on track with win

April 26, 2010 • 0
A week after its first loss of the season, the women’s crew team returned to form Saturday against Yale’s archrival. After being swept by Princeton and UVA last weekend, the No. 4 Bulldogs swept No. 20 Radcliffe (the name under which the Harvard women’s crew rows) on the Housatonic River to win Yale’s seventh straight »
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W. CREW | Bulldogs drop first race this season

April 20, 2010 • 0
After posting some strong times in the past few weeks — including sweeping the Cayuga Cup despite the first varsity eight running into a bridge — the No. 4 women’s crew team came up short this Saturday against No. 6 Princeton and No. 1 Virginia on Lake Carnegie in New Jersey. The Bulldogs had won »