SQUASH: women’s team finishes third
It is difficult to out-perform your ranking, especially when you are the No. 4 team in the country, but the Bulldogs did just that this weekend.
State considers repealing gambling law
Projections that Connecticut will end the fiscal year in a surplus are leading state legislators to question the need for Keno gambling, a new addition to the state budget.
Wilkinson talks eco-capitalism
Big businesses can help the environment and turn a profit at the same time, according to journalist Todd Wilkinson.
SQUASH: Elis head to nationals
The men’s squash team will battle the eight best college teams in the College Squash Association’s Team Championships at Harvard.
SQUASH: Bulldogs fall to Harvard
After losses to archrival Harvard at home, the men’s and women’s squash teams finished their Ivy seasons with victories against Dartmouth yesterday.
CitySeed braves winter
As snow piles on city sidewalks, New Haven’s CitySeed Farmers’ Markets will continue to offer fresh food to residents at an indoor venue.
SQUASH: Elis top Brown
The men’s and women’s squash teams faced Brown last night in the final leg of a three-game road trip against Ivy opponents.