Yale and the NHL lockout
With three National Hockey League draftees on the roster and several seniors heavily scouted by NHL programs, the Bulldogs have, in their own way, been affected by the recently ended NHL lockout.
MEN’S HOCKEY | Yale dominates Ivy weekend
With 34 seconds left on the clock men’s hockey captain Andrew Miller ’13 got a hold of the puck and sent it sailing into the Big Green’s empty net, securing the night’s 4–2 win and the weekend’s Ivy sweep.
M. HOCKEY | Elis sweep conference weekend
In its second conference game in two nights, the Yale men’s hockey team took down the Dartmouth Big Green in a 4–2 victory in front of a packed Ingalls Rink.
Donation to expand palliative care
With a recent $1 million donation to the Palliative Care Program, doctors are hoping to expand research and patient care in the often overlooked field.
Active transportation beneficial
Research has shown time and time again that physical activity keeps us healthy, but a recent Yale study has put a new twist on this seemingly common-sense knowledge.
Students, faculty observe World AIDS Day
In honor of the 25th annual World AIDS Day on Saturday, Dec. 1, student groups and faculty from across Yale College and the graduate schools raised awareness about the disease and reached out to New Haven residents suffering from AIDS.
Elderly attitude affects aging
A recent study has found that elderly patients who embrace positive stereotypes about aging are more likely to recover from physical disabilities.