FENCING | Elis sweep at Brandeis

The men’s and women’s fencing teams head into winter break on a positive note after sweeping all of their matches at the Brandeis Invitational in Waltham, Mass., on Saturday. Both teams competed against the hosts, as well as teams from UNC, St. John’s, Boston College and MIT. The men and women each finished with identical […]

CROSS COUNTRY | Elis end at Regionals

The Yale men’s and women’s cross country teams concluded their fall seasons this past Saturday at the NCAA Northeast Regional Championships. Amid wet and muddy conditions, the men’s team finished ninth out of 36 teams, while the women’s team took 15th out of 35. The men’s squad entered the meet ranked 13th in the region […]

Drop today, at a price

Students who flunked their first philosophy paper or realized the folly of taking Freshman Organic Chemistry in addition to five other classes have until 5 p.m. today to drop classes this semester without the courses appearing on their transcripts. But it will come with a price: $20. According to the Blue Book, the fee is […]


M. SOCCER: Soccer looks to upset Big Green

Parents will not be the only visitors to Yale’s campus this weekend. The Dartmouth men’s soccer team will come to Reese Stadium Saturday to take on the Bulldogs for both teams’ second Ivy League match of the season. Yale (3–4–2, 0–1 Ivy) is hoping to build on its momentum from last game. After three straight […]

FOOTBALL | Farrell shoulders load in backfield

Quick! Can you name the football player whose return was most anxiously awaited this season? Of course, Tom Brady and Michael Vick have made much heralded comebacks to the NFL in recent weeks. But here at Yale there is another football comeback in the making: Jordan Farrell ’10, the Bulldogs’ starting running back. This season […]