The softball team has a total of 62 runs and 118 hits so far this season.

SOFTBALL | Despite comeback, Bulldogs fall short

March 29, 2012
Fairfield swept the softball team yesterday, leaving Yale with five losses in six games. The Bulldogs, who have now lost their last six contests against the Stags, fell 5–4 in the first game and 6–2 in the second, hurting their momentum as they prepare for their first Ivy League competition of the season this weekend. »

SOFTBALL | Bulldogs split double-header in extra innings

March 22, 2012
The softball team (5-7, 0-0 Ivy) showed a flair for the dramatic on Wednesday afternoon, going to extra innings in both legs of a doubleheader that it split with Marist (8-15). In their third straight split against the Red Foxes, the Bulldogs brought the two schools’ all-time series to a 13-13 tie. Yale won the »
Gov. Dannel Malloy signed into law Monday a bill allowing the sale of liquor on Sundays.

Blue law repeal bill passes committee

March 21, 2012
With bipartisan support, the General Law Committee voted Tuesday in favor of a bill revising Connecticut’s liquor laws to allow, among other measures, sale of alcohol on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The bill passed in committee 15 to 3, with two Democrats and one Republican against the measure. Last year, similar legislation »

SOFTBALL | Elis split double-header

March 20, 2012
After finishing its season opener at the Rebel Spring Games in Kissimmee, Fla. on March 16, the softball team (4–6, 0–0 Ivy) headed back to New Haven to take on Central Connecticut at home on March 15. The Bulldogs split Thursday’s double-header, losing the first game 4–0 but coming back for a 10–8 win in »

Music student scores

February 22, 2012
While composing the score for the PBS documentary “John Muir in the New World,” Garth Neustadter MUS ’12 asked himself how the 19th-century naturalist and preservation advocate would have directed the film. On Tuesday, Neustadter joined the documentary’s actual filmmaker, Emmy Award-winner Catherine Tatge, as well as Char Miller, director of Environmental Analysis at Pomona »

Merging the arts and sciences, one lecture at a time

February 21, 2012
Every Tuesday afternoon at the Whitney Humanities Center, 11 students find themselves at a cultural crossroads. In the sixth iteration of the Robert Shulman Lecture Series supplementing Yale music professor Gary Tomlinson’s “Music and Human Evolution” course, students are exploring the intersection of the sciences and the humanities. Founded in 2007, the Shulman Lecture Series »

TRACK | No offseason, no problem for runners

February 16, 2012
For Kevin Lunn ’13, captain of the men’s 2012 cross country team, distance running is like having a “super needy, high-maintenance girlfriend.” “She yells at me on Sunday morning if I went out the night before,” he said. “She tells me when to eat, when to study and when to go to bed. But at »

Japan can turn around, Agawa says

February 2, 2012
Despite widespread anxiety about Japan’s future, Naoyuki Agawa expressed cautious optimism that through concerted globalization of Japanese universities, the nation will not “sink.” Agawa, vice president of international affairs at Keio University in Japan, spoke to around 25 students and faculty gathered in Luce Hall on Wednesday. He discussed the current state of Japanese higher »

YPSA hosts historically-minded speaker

January 26, 2012
The Yale Program for the Study of Anitisemitism brought in its most historically oriented speaker of the academic year on Wednesday, Slifka Center Rabbi James Ponet ’68 said. In its first event of the semester, YPSA hosted David Feldman, a professor at Birkbeck, University of London and director of the Pears Institute for the Study »

Frames: a love story

January 18, 2012
The Yale Center for British Art is leading the fight to put frames back in the foreground of artistic discussion. In late December, the British Art Center added nearly 100 historic frames to its online collections database. According to Matthew Hargraves, associate curator and head of Collections Information and Access, the move online is part »

Captains share friendship, high school

January 10, 2012
Passion for soccer united Nihal Kayali ’13 and Maddy Sharp ’13 at La Jolla High School in San Diego, Calif. The pair spent four years together on the varsity soccer team, ultimately reaching the California state championships senior year. Now at Yale, both have defined themselves athletically — but no longer on the soccer field. »

TRACK | Elis take to field at Yale’s season opener

December 7, 2011
Before heading home for a three week vacation, the men’s and women’s track teams saw some action at their first indoor meet of the season Saturday. At Saturday’s Yale Season Opener, the men’s and women’s track and field teams snagged six first place finishes against nine local colleges and universities. As the meet was unscored »