TRACK & FIELD | Elis struggle at heptagonal championships

Princeton, N.J. — Yale track and field struggled at Ivy League Heptagonal Championships in Princeton, N.J. this weekend, as both the men’s and women’s teams finished last overall. Princeton won its third straight men’s team title with 190 points, leapfrogging second-place Cornell in the standings with strong finishes in the last events of the meet. […]

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Out on the trail somewhere

Out on the trail somewhere

Just over 2.5 miles into the race, Ryan Laemel ’14 had fallen five meters behind the lead pack of runners.

For Our Readers: Membis investigation complete

After the Wall Street Journal fired Liane Membis ’12 in July for fabricating sources, the News opened an investigation into her work as a staff reporter for the paper between 2009 and 2010. After fact-checking her articles and contacting as many of the sources with whom she talked as possible, we have found no evidence […]

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New year, new user policy

As we enter a new school year, the News has tweaked the user policy governing how comments will be moderated on the website. Under this new policy, comments will be removed if they are judged to be off-topic, incoherent or inappropriate. Unless they contain an inaccurate quotation of the News’ reporting, comments will never be […]

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For Our Readers: Regarding Liane Membis ’12

UPDATED: Liane Membis ’12, a former staff reporter for the News, was fired by the Wall Street Journal this week for fabricating sources in a story she wrote. In addition, the Huffington Post found inconsistencies in an article of Membis’ that it syndicated from the New Journal, and has retracted the piece. Membis wrote or […]

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For Our Readers: Regarding Patrick Witt ’12

Soon after Patrick Witt ’12 announced his decision to play in The Game, the News received a tip that a Yale student had filed an informal complaint alleging sexual assault against the quarterback. The student who had filed the complaint against Witt chose to make it informal. This meant that no disciplinary measures would be […]

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Introducing a new WEEKEND website

We’re excited to introduce a new online home for WEEKEND today. The website is designed to provide a more dynamic reading experience for the weekly arts and living section by showcasing its graphic elements and its blog. It will usher in an online presence for the section that is consistent and engaging throughout the week: […]

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Introducing the Yale Daily News app

We are excited to announce the first-ever Yale Daily News iPhone app. The app, developed from start to finish by Max Cho ’13 and Daniel Tahara ’14, gives on-the-go access to Cross Campus, top daily stories and individual section browsing, and is available for free download here. We will be updating the website throughout the […]

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Introducing the new Magazine website

The Yale Daily News Magazine is thrilled to introduce our new website today. We have built it to reflect our dynamic print product and to showcase our unique content — long features, artistic photographs and illustrated fiction. We hope our readers, new and old, will find the site as appealing and accessible as we do. […]

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Keys to the Game: Yale vs. Lehigh

MAKE MISTAKES COUNT Lehigh’s offense is no pretender. It is averaging almost 38 points in its four games so far this season — and two of those contests have come against scholarship schools. Quarterback Chris Lum has been named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week three consecutive times. But he also already has six […]

Men’s hockey named preseason favorite

The men’s hockey team lost its starting goalie and a stable of star forwards after last season. But ECAC insiders still expect big things from the Elis. Yale was picked to finish first in its conference in both the media and coaches’ polls, which were released on Wednesday. Last season, Union edged out the Elis […]

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