Priest-in-Charge Alex Dyer has said that he believes the incident was a crime of opportunity.

Downtown church vandalized

April 7, 2011 • 1
On Saturday morning, the Episcopal Church of Saint Paul and Saint James on Chapel Street found its 19th-century stained glass windows shattered, a bible torn, a wooden cross damaged, and the box that holds consecrated wine opened. When Priest Alex Dyer and two police officers arrived at the church after its alarm was tripped at »

Teen fathers join military

April 5, 2011 • 8
Social researchers have long studied the effects being a mother has on teenage girls, but a new Yale study has revealed that there are significant consequences for teenage fathers as well. The study, by Jason Fletcher, an assistant professor at the Yale School of Public Health, has found that young men who become fathers during »
The women’s lacrosse team went 1–1 over the weekend, defeating Colgate but falling at Georgetown.

W. LACROSSE | Mixed results for Elis

April 4, 2011 • 0
This weekend, the women’s lacrosse team broke its three-game losing streak, but then, less than 48 hours later, fell back into the losing column. On Friday, the Bulldogs defeated Colgate 10–7 at home before travelling on the road to Washington, D.C., where Yale lost 16–3 to Georgetown on Sunday afternoon. After a tough loss to »
The women’s lacrosse team has not won a game since an 11–8 victory against Marist on March 5.

W. LACROSSE | Bulldogs look for second win

April 1, 2011 • 0
After three straight losses, Yale women’s lacrosse will seek to end the losing streak this weekend. The Bulldogs (1–7) will face No. 32 Colgate (6–4) on Friday at home and then travel to face No. 17 Georgetown (2–5) on Sunday. Following a decisive loss at Harvard last weekend, 19–3, Yale hopes that wins at this »

IM standings cyclical

March 30, 2011 • 1
In the 2008–’09 intramural season, Jonathan Edwards College jumped from 10th place to second place in the Tyng Cup standings. But J.E. was an exception. Over the past five years — including this year’s still ongoing season — big jumps in standings have been rare. In that time period, teams have moved more than four »

W. LACROSSE | Elis stay winless in Ivy League

March 28, 2011 • 0
The women’s lacrosse team suffered its largest defeat of the season on Saturday, falling to No. 18 Harvard 19–3. The Crimson got off to a quick start with three goals within the first six minutes of the game, and the Bulldogs never recovered. Harvard dominated the Elis by winning seven of 10 draws and held »

Gender and race linked with teen marijuana use

March 23, 2011 • 5
Gender and race may play a role in determining how much high school students experiment with marijuana. A new study by Yale School of Medicine researchers has found that Caucasian female adolescents between the ages of 15 and 17 are more likely to use marijuana than African-American or Asian girls, although more African-American and Hispanic »

Gant brings back 1960s shirts

March 21, 2011 • 5
Last Friday as students headed back to Yale at the end of spring break, a vintage shirt collection returned to New Haven as well. Gant is reissuing a limited edition Yale Co-op shirt collection, based on original 1960s designs that were sold in the Yale Co-Op, the university bookstore at the time. The shirts are »

Yalies not affected by TV negotiations

March 4, 2011 • 2
New Haven resident will not have access to ABC if two broadcast companies cannot come to an agreement today. After several weeks of negotiation, DISH Network, LLC, and LIN Media have yet to reach an agreement to extend their multi-year contract ending on Friday, March 4. LIN Media provides the local broadcasting that brings ABC »

W. LACROSSE | Bulldogs face hot Big Green

March 4, 2011 • 0
After two losses in the first two games of the season, the women’s lacrosse team will still be looking for its first win this Saturday when it faces off against Dartmouth. That game will be Yale’s first Ivy League game of the season, and it may prove to be a difficult one. The Bulldogs faltered »

Track coming to IMs

March 3, 2011 • 0
This spring, a new sport will join the IM roster. After nearly a year of brainstorming and writing proposals, IM secretaries approved track to be an IM sport on Feb. 18 and plan to debut the sport after Yalies return from spring break. There will be two divisional meets, each with six events: the 100m, »
The unavailability of desired information led Jeff Rosen ’11 and Doug Von Kohorn ’11 to found their website Campus Advice.

Seniors launch Campus Advice

March 2, 2011 • 0
Two seniors are taking on all of Yale’s questions. On Feb. 15, Jeff Rosen ’11 and Doug Von Kohorn ’11 launched the website Campus Advice, an online question-and-answer resource for Yale students. Yalies can ask a question on any topic and receive peer feedback. After realizing there was no venue to ask the entire Yale »