FENCING | Yale finishes 10th at NCAAs
During the final days of spring break, four Yale fencers traveled to San Antonio, Texas, to earn a 10th-place finish for the Bulldogs at the NCAA National Championship.
FENCING | Elis post five wins at Vassar
The Yale fencing teams suited up at the Vassar Invitational in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., on Saturday for their last series of bouts before the Ivy League Championship.
Blumenthal eyes gift card reform
Sen. Richard Blumenthal has worked to strengthen current federal regulations of gift card expiration dates and non-use fees.
FIELD HOCKEY | Bulldogs finish in fourth
The field hockey team surrendered the Ancient Eight crown this weekend, but refused to go quietly in its season finale. The Bulldogs (6–11, 3–4 Ivy) defeated Brown (6–11, 1–6 Ivy) on Saturday with a 2–1 comeback victory. The win marked the 20th Ivy victory for the graduating class, which set a new school record for »
FENCING | Bulldogs show promise despite stiff competition
The Bulldogs travelled to Philadelphia this weekend for the Penn State Garret Open, beginning their season with a promising start. The men and women’s fencing teams each sent three members to the tournament. Each weapon was well-represented on the leaderboards for both days of the round-robin tournament. The Elis faced nine other teams, including Princeton, »