W. hockey opens with tie and win

October 29, 2007 • 0
The women’s hockey team has come out of a successful opening weekend with a few scars but plenty of confidence. In their first two matches of the season, Yale tied 1-1 against Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on Friday in Troy, NY. On Saturday, the Bulldogs defeated Union 3-2 at Messa Rink. Going into the game, RPI »

Eli biology majors find group support

April 18, 2007 • 0
Most Yalies associate majoring in science more with the trek up Science Hill than with liquid nitrogen ice cream socials. But student science groups with a social bent have sprouted up in the last few years, designed to encourage students to take their research activities into the extracurricular realm. Two such organizations, the Yale Undergraduate »

‘City’s’ fury signifies nothing

April 3, 2007 • 0
Suddenly breaking out of an otherwise superficial conversation, a man releases a cry of frustration sparked by a fellow actor’s aggressive, taunting homophobia. Generally when a play presents a controversial issue in such an abrupt, problematic way, it expands on that problem a bit: It offers solutions, related issues, etc. In this sense, “Dying City” »