Frames: a love story

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

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

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 […]

WebMD editor discusses online legitimacy

Senior WebMD health editor Miranda Hitti cautioned her listeners Tuesday against trusting online reporting unconditionally. Hitti spoke about the changing reputation of journalism in today’s digital age as she discussed her experiences working with the leading online health website at a Trumbull College Master’s Tea. She offered journalistic tips to a primarily older audience of […]


Baldwin ’12 chases one last win

When cornerback Drew Baldwin ’12 made his first collegiate start for the football team at Georgetown as a sophomore, his parents drove up from Alexandria, Va. to watch his play. Just nine minutes into the first quarter, Baldwin made his first career interception. Yale opened the scoring with a field goal three plays later and […]

Loko founders banned like beverage

A talk with the creators of Four Loko suffered the same fate on Yale’s campus Tuesday as the infamous beverage did in Connecticut last December. The Yale College Dean’s Office banned the talk from its on-campus location in the early afternoon, forcing its Yale Entrepreneurial Society sponsors to relocate the event to their office at […]


W. CROSS-COUNTRY | Epstein ’14 helps runners break losing streak

After finishing last in their annual meet against Harvard and Princeton for the past four years, the women’s cross-country team finally defeated host Harvard, buoyed by a breakout performance by Liana Epstein ’14 on Saturday. The women took second to the nationally ranked Princeton with 36 points compared to the Tigers’ superior 27; Harvard fell […]

CROSS COUNTRY | 1-2 finish for women

At the inaugural cross country meet of the season Saturday, the Fordham Follies and Fiasco Invitational, Melissa Chapman ’14 won the individual title, besting competition from 16 other schools, including the No. 15 Princeton Tigers. It was the first time in three years that the women’s cross country team boasted a top finisher and the […]

CROSS COUNTRY | New coaches for Elis

The men’s and women’s cross country teams are looking to a new coaching staff this season as they seek to improve on their poor performances — seventh and eighth respectively — at last year’s Ivy League Championships. This is the first season since 1981 that Mark Young ’68 will not be coaching a Yale cross […]

BOOLA BOOLA | Kate Grace ’11 qualifies for Nationals in 800m

Eight track and field Bulldogs competed at the NCAA East Regional, hosted by Indiana University May 26-28, and one, Kate Grace ’11, will continue her journey to the NCAA National Championships in Des Moines, Iowa . Athletes made it to the competition by placing in the eastern region’s top 48 in their events. Grace won […]


TRACK | Elis set records at Larry Ellis Invitational

The men’s and women’s track and field teams took on heavy competition from over 65 other schools, including all eight Ivies, and many unattached runners and running clubs at the Larry Ellis Invitational. Despite the masses participating in the unscored meet at Princeton, the Bulldogs still managed to set personal records, score top finishes and […]

TRACK | Harvard dominates field events

Harvard skill and foul weather rained on the Bulldogs’ expectations at the annual Harvard-Yale track and field meet Saturday. The men’s team lost to the Cantabs for the first time in 8 years, 106–57. The women also fell for the fourth year in a row, 113–50. The Bulldogs boasted smaller teams than their Crimson counterparts […]