City

Coliseum’s implosion not so benign

January 24, 2007 • 0
Calculators in hand, a team of intrepid Yale scientists was standing by on Saturday when New Haven experienced a man-made earthquake. As onlookers witnessed the demolition of the New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum, a seismograph — a machine that detects ground vibrations — recorded the effect of the collapse in the basement of Kline Geology »
Sports

Crusaders deny all Eli comeback attempts

November 30, 2006 • 0
Notwithstanding last night’s solid effort, the men’s basketball team still encountered early-season roadblocks.enior reporter Though the Bulldogs (1-4) gave Holy Cross a run for its money at Lee Amphitheater, coming within one point with 10:48 to go, they could not come up with a win against the 6-1 Crusaders. Despite 13-point contributions from guard Eric »
Sports

Frosh rowers excel at Carnegie regatta

November 14, 2006 • 0
“‘We move boats’ is a team motto,” men’s heavyweight rower James Tormey ’10 said. “That’s what crew is, moving boats as fast as we can, and we like to think we do that best.” Despite pre-race obstacles and mid-race confusion, the two freshmen boats of the heavyweight crew team earned a combined fourth place finish »
Sports

Offense explodes, Yale downs Q-pac

November 2, 2006 • 0
It took the Yale women’s soccer team one night to match the number of goals it had tallied in the past month. In their final home game of the season at Reese Stadium last night, the Bulldogs (7-7-2, 2-3-1 Ivy) recorded an easy victory over Quinnipiac (9-7-2), 4-1. Forward Emma Whitfield ’07, forward Maggie Westfal »
University

Blue Pearl serves up fine fusion cuisine

September 23, 2003 • 0
Thanks to Jeff and Kristin Tassiello, Yalies will soon have a place other than the Wright Nuclear Structure Laboratory to search for fusion in New Haven. After owning and managing six restaurants in New York City, Jeff Tassiello has decided to set up shop with his wife, Kristin, in New Haven with an American-fusion restaurant »