The William T. Rowe Apartments were opened Sept. 7.
City

New mixed-income housing project opens

September 21, 2011 • 2
TheWilliam T. Rowe apartment building — a new mixed-income complex intended to give residents in the Yale-New Haven Hospital area more housing options — is going through its first month of residency. The $36 million apartment complex, which opened on Sept. 7, is the product of a collaboration between the City of New Haven, the »
Sports

CPR requirement added to club sports

September 21, 2011 • 0
Team captains on club sports had more to do this year than just collect membership fees and organize practices. They also had to make sure that two members of the team were CPR certified. Teams that already had two members certified viewed the requirement as an easy step, but some smaller teams had to go »
Most food cart owners do not believe that the new café inside Kline Biology Tower will affect business.
City

Kline café may reduce food cart sales

September 12, 2011 • 3
As Yale Dining opens a new café in Kline Biology Tower on Prospect Street, food cart owners on Science Hill disagree on how it will affect their businesses. Prior to the opening of the KBT Café, Yale College students’ food options in the area were limited to these mobile establishments because budget cuts forced the »
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City

SeeClickFix may address communication problems after storms

September 9, 2011 • 0
After Tropical Storm Irene, some city residents turned to the New Haven-based SeeClickFix website to report power issues when the response from utility companies was delayed. SeeClickFix, which works as an online public forum where residents can post complaints, has been praised for its effectiveness in addressing crime and other public works issues, and citizens »
Speaking at the Slifka Center, Matisyahu stressed the connection between his music and his Jewish spirituality.
Culture

Jewish reggae music hits Yale, Toad’s

September 5, 2011 • 0
Judaic-inspired reggae music was the topic of the afternoon at the Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life Sunday. Around 100 students and members of the New Haven community gathered at the Slifka Center to participate in a question and answer session with Matisyahu, an American Jewish reggae musician who received Gold certifications from the Recording »
Sci-Tech

New mechanism may lower obesity rate

August 31, 2011 • 0
Yale researchers are optimistic that it will soon be possible to control human appetite with prescription drugs after a study at the School of Medicine this June revealed the exact mechanism by which nicotine suppresses smokers’ appetites. The discovery offers exciting opportunities for treating conditions like obesity, as well as decreasing the number of people »
The women’s lacrosse team struggled with wet and rainy conditions in a tough loss against Cornell on Saturday.
Sports

W. LACROSSE | Bulldogs suffer sixth Ivy loss

April 24, 2011 • 0
Though the women’s lacrosse team scored the first goal of the game within the first minute, Cornell (5–7, 3–4 Ivy) netted the next 13 goals en route to its 14–3 victory on Saturday at Reese Stadium. It was the Bulldogs’ fourth straight loss and sixth straight conference loss. The team still has yet to win »
The women’s lacrosse team will seek its first Ivy win of the season when it plays Cornell on Saturday at Reese Stadium.
Sports

W. LACROSSE | Bulldogs to play last Ivy home game

April 21, 2011 • 0
After three straight losses, the women’s lacrosse team (2–10, 0–5 Ivy) will have a chance to bounce back at home this Saturday against Cornell (4–7, 2–4). The Bulldogs’ game against the Big Red will be their last home conference matchup this season. The Big Red head into Saturday’s game with a 14–7 win against Brown »
Sports

W. LACROSSE | Bulldogs stay winless in Ivies

April 17, 2011 • 0
The Yale and Columbia women’s lacrosse teams both came into Saturday’s matchup without a win in the Ivy League — the Bulldogs emerged still winless in the conference. The Bulldogs (2–10, 0–5 Ivy) stuck with the Lions (3–8, 1–4) in the first half, finishing the period with a 2–2 tie. But near the end of »
The women’s lacrosse team will face Columbia this afternoon. The Bulldogs and the Lions both come into the matchup without a single Ivy win.
Sports

W. LACROSSE | A battle of the winless

April 14, 2011 • 0
The women’s lacrosse team will look to stop a two-game losing streak when it faces Columbia today in New York in a battle of league winless teams. The Bulldogs (2–9, 0–4 Ivy) and the Lions (2–9, 0–4) have both struggled this season and are tied for last place in the Ancient Eight. While the two »
Sports

Intramurals lack former prestige

April 13, 2011 • 0
Today, approximately 25 percent of Yale students regularly participate in intramural sports, according to head IM secretary Peter Jasinski ’12. But that number is less than half of the 54 percent participation rate that the college achieved in 1942. With their own uniforms and mini-tailgates, intramurals — then called Inter-college Games — were a vital »
Sports

W. LACROSSE | Bulldogs seeking first Ivy victory

April 7, 2011 • 0
After two wins at home, the women’s lacrosse team (2–8, 0–3 Ivy) will seek its third when it faces No. 13 Princeton (5–3, 2–0) this Saturday. The Bulldogs are looking for their first Ivy League victory of the season and are currently seventh in league, just ahead of Columbia, which has four conference losses. The »