Cadets will march to Bowl in 2014

Yale may be facing its historic rival Saturday, but the Bulldogs are also gearing up to take the field against an even stronger team — Army — in three years, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Yale Bowl. Yale and Army have signed the paperwork for a game that will bring the Cadets to […]

FIELD HOCKEY | Field hockey team goes 1–1 over weekend

The field hockey team was less than eight minutes away from a weekend sweep, but a late surge from No. 16 Albany Great Danes prevented the Bulldogs from moving to .500. The Elis (1–3) won 5–3 at Hofstra (3–4) on Saturday before falling 4–3 in overtime at Albany (4–2) on Sunday. Five different Bulldogs hit […]

BOOLA BOOLA | Mangano ’12 withdraws from NBA Draft

The men’s basketball team is looking at a run for the Ivy League championship next season, and it will return one of its biggest assets. Center Greg Mangano ’12 has withdrawn his name from the 2011 NBA Draft. The big man never hired an agent and, on Friday, he submitted the paperwork to the NBA […]


BOOLA BOOLA | Mangano ’12 declares for NBA Draft

Greg Mangano ’12, the men’s basketball team’s center who averaged 16.3 points, 10.0 rebounds and 3.0 blocks in his junior season, has filed the paperwork necessary to declare for the 2011 NBA Draft. However, he has not hired an agent and has followed the restrictions necessary to retain his eligibility. Mangano has until May 8 […]


SAILING | Women qualify for nationals

The No. 3 women’s sailing team is headed to nationals. A fourth-place finish at the New England Championships qualified the women’s team for the ICSA Women’s National Championships to be held from May 23–26 in Cascade Locks, Ore. Meanwhile, the No. 8 coed team took fifth at the Thompson Trophy and fifth at the O’Toole […]

Bill guards right to record police

Two more charges against students involved the Elevate raid were dismissed Tuesday, in the wake of the Connecticut Judiciary Committee’s 29-16 approval of a bill that protects the rights of citizens to document police activity. Morse-Stiles Screw attendees Steven Winter ’11 and Seth Bannon, a Harvard senior who was living in New Haven working on […]


COED SAILING | Coeds qualify for National Semifinals

The No. 8 coed sailing team fought consistent breezes surpassing 20 knots at the New England Dinghy Championship last weekend to qualify for a spot in the National Semifinal in Long Beach, Calif. The Bulldogs took seventh place in an event the regatta’s report described as “epic.” Another group of sailors from the coed team […]

SAILING | Women keep top-three streak alive

Despite holding the lead after Saturday’s racing, the No. 3 women’s sailing team finished second at the Women’s President’s Trophy on Sunday for the second weekend in a row. Yale could not hold onto its lead and finished five points behind Connecticut College. The women’s team now has placed in the top three in each […]

SAILING | Coed sailors win Ted Ferrarone title

Yale sailors found success close to home over the weekend, winning the Ted Ferrarone Team Race on Sunday. Six members of the No. 7 coed team captured the title in nearby Branford, Conn., after a tiebreaking race victory over second-place New York Maritime. Another delegation of sailors from the coed team finished sixth at the […]

SAILING | Sailors battle Ivies in the cold

In breezy, cold conditions along the Atlantic and with Ancient Eight bragging rights on the line, Bulldog sailors fell short of No. 8 Harvard in a battle of Ivy League sailing. The No. 7 Yale coed sailing team finished second in the Owen, Mosbacher and Knapp Trophy on Sunday in Kings Point, N.Y. with 141 […]

SAILING | No. 4 Bulldogs win at St. Mary’s

Bulldog sailors wrapped up spring break with a successful weekend on the Atlantic coast. The No. 4 women’s team captured the St. Mary’s Intersectional, an event that featured the top 11 ranked women’s teams, by four points over No. 2 Boston College. Meanwhile, the No. 8 coed team finished fifth at the Truxton Umstead Intersectional, […]

BOOLA BOOLA | Princeton and Harvard fans unify to diss Yale

Apparently, Princeton and Harvard students cannot appreciate hospitality. Before the tip of Saturday’s men’s basketball game between the Tigers and Crimson in Yale’s John J. Lee Amphitheater, Princeton and Harvard students joined together in a “Yale sucks” chant. The game was held to determine the Ivy League’s automatic representative in the NCAA Tournament. Luckily for […]