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Lordz dresses up Chapel St.

April 12, 2004 • 1
Gap may have chosen to leave New Haven to concentrate in malls, but Lordz Fashion House’s opening in Sherman’s Alley last Friday showed that Chapel Street is still a top choice for high-quality fashion boutiques. “Opening Lordz is an expression of our love for fashion and our love for New Haven,” Lordz co-owner Ayse Ikna »
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Former district attorney tells of crime, punishment

April 8, 2004 • 0
New York District Attorney Robert Morgenthau LAW ’48 returned to the Law School Wednesday afternoon to talk to students and faculty members about issues in law enforcement. In his speech, Morgenthau told about 30 audience members about some of the major legal changes that took place during his nearly 30-year tenure as the District Attorney »
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Young Eli swim team finishes 8th at ECACs

March 2, 2004 • 0
This past weekend, the Yale men’s swim team competed in the 2004 ECAC Championship at the Trees Pool in Pittsburgh. Consisting mostly of underclassmen, the Bulldog team (9-3, 7-2 EISL) had some solid performances against some of the best swimmers in the region, finishing eighth overall out of the 29 competing schools. Johns Hopkins University »
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Young Elis look to prove their mettle at ECAC

February 26, 2004 • 0
It has been two weeks since the Yale men’s swim team last competed, but the Bulldogs are far from what Jack Cooney ’04 called “over-resting.” The Elis are ready to take on some of the best swimmers in the region this weekend at the 2004 ECAC Championship at Pittsburgh, slated to begin this Friday at »
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At season’s end, Eli swimmers leave Lions blue

February 10, 2004 • 0
Jack Cooney ’04 said before last Saturday’s meet that nobody at Columbia likes to lose his last home meet. But nobody at Yale likes to lose his last meet either. In the end, the Lions (4-4, 3-2 EISL) got exactly what it was trying to avoid — a 175-121 defeat at the hands of the »
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Tigers, Cantabs top m. swimming

February 2, 2004 • 0
Despite solid performances from the Yale men’s swim team this weekend, host Princeton defeated both Harvard and the Elis in this year’s HYP. The Bulldogs recorded their first losses in the Ivy, losing to Princeton 272-79 and falling to Harvard 245-106. Captain Alex Nash ’04 took third place in the 100-yard backstroke and came in »
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Uphill battle awaits Bulldogs at annual HYP

January 29, 2004 • 0
Without a doubt, this weekend will be the most exciting weekend for the Yale men’s swim team this season. Not only are they on the road, but the Elis are on the road to square off against both No. 23 Harvard and No. 25 Princeton. In their last meet on Jan. 24, the Bulldogs pulled »
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Men’s swimming strokes toward a winning streak

January 26, 2004 • 0
Although the focus may have been on next weekend’s HYP meet, the men’s swimming team entered the tri-meet against the Quakers and the Big Green in Philadelphia with only one thing in mind — domination. They accomplished just that, finishing first in 10 of the 14 events swum to win the meet. Captain Alex Nash »
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Bulldogs end season on the road

January 22, 2004 • 0
Last weekend’s cruising victory over Lehigh was the last home meet for Yale men’s swimming. But the season is by no means over, not before the Bulldogs face some tough challenges from their Ivy League rivals. The Elis will be on the road against six schools in the conference over the next three weeks. Yale »
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Sr. relays sweeten Eli win

January 20, 2004 • 0
For the graduating seniors who swam at Kiphuth Exhibition Pool for the last time in their Yale careers on Saturday, the sign off was a memorable one as the Elis trounced Lehigh 172-26. Yale dominated the meet with six individual first-place finishes. However, the real highlight of the afternoon was Elis’ victories in both relay »
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Navy, Cornell take a dive against Elis

January 14, 2004 • 0
Geof Zann ’07 is quick to tell his friends that he spent the last ten days of winter break on the beaches of Puerto Rico. However, they soon find out it was a working vacation — Zann and the rest of the men’s swimming team held seventeen practice sessions off the beach. In the middle »
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Snow fails to freeze Bulldogs

December 10, 2003 • 71
Though last Friday’s blizzard halted SAT testing in the area from Hall High School in West Hartford to Hopkins School in New Haven, the whiteout conditions tested but did not break the Yale men’s swimming team’s resolve at the Nutmeg Invitational this weekend. Over the three-day invitational held at the Kiphuth Exhibition Pool, the Bulldogs »