Princeton delivers setback to w. crew

Despite losing the Eisenburg Cup to Princeton this past weekend in Derby, the women’s crew team remains content with its effort. In the varsity race, Princeton timed 6:29.8, while Yale came in at 6:31.3. “As a team, we do not feel as though we’re off-track,” Ivette Delgado ’03 said. “We have been working really hard […]

Coalition rallies for gay rights

Chants of “Two, four, six, eight, don’t give in to fear and hate” wafted over the New Haven Green Monday afternoon as a coalition of about 300 New Haven residents and students demonstrated in support of gay rights. Members of the group Project Orange rallied in front of City Hall, arming themselves with orange T-shirts, […]


Room draw process kicks off this week

Numbers were chosen at random from a silver pitcher and names were read off simultaneously after each number was called aloud. There were cheers, jeers, sighs of relief, and groans of disbelief among the members of the class of 2004, who situated themselves in a circle surrounding the administrators of the lottery. At 5:30 p.m. […]


Alum raises money for ALS cure

Two years ago, Eve Tetzlaff ’93 put her life on hold. Her husband, Jack Orchard, was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Instead of starting a family, the couple started a foundation to help find a cure. The Jack Orchard ALS Foundation, a patient-driven nonprofit organization, focuses on […]