Hobbled w. tennis able to swing past DePaul

The Yale women’s tennis team showed its durability Sunday when it refused to be unseated by DePaul University despite several injuries. This weekend, the Bulldogs topped the DePaul Blue Demons 5-2 on Yale’s Cullman Courts. Following a 7-0 shut-out of Quinnipiac Feb. 2, the win brings the team’s record to 2-0 in 2005. Aimee Kim […]

Wai ’07 wins Winter Classic

Despite setbacks from sickness and injury that prevented some of the Bulldogs from competing at the Columbia Winter Classic in New York last weekend, Brandon Wai ’07 still managed to out-muscle the competition and claim top honors. On Sunday, Wai defeated Columbia’s Akshay Rao 6-3, 6-2 in the A flight finals to win the invitational. […]

Remember the Bulldogs

It has been almost three years since the men’s basketball team won the Ivy League title, and with each year that passes the number of students remaining who remember that season diminishes. An even smaller number of individuals remain who were on the court that season. Captain Alex Gamboa ’05 and fellow senior guard Edwin […]

W. track posts slew of top finishes over weekend

While midterms are still a long way off, the women’s track and field team put its team to the test for the first time this semester. In a recently renovated Coxe Cage, which now sports the second raised track in the Ivy League, the Bulldogs competed in their first meet of the New Year Friday […]

Yale, Pfizer start visiting professorship

With the establishment of a visiting professorship, Yale and Pfizer are forging a relationship between University research and the drug industry. Pfizer Global Research and Development awarded a visiting professorship to Nita Maihle, a professor in the Yale School of Medicine in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences, launching a program intended […]


Freshman rowers earn best finish at Belly since 2000

If Sunday’s Belly of the Carnegie in Princeton, N.J. is any indication of the women’s crew team’s future, the Bulldogs have a lot to look forward to. In the 30-boat race, composed of all freshman teams, Yale’s first boat placed sixth in the women’s eight with a time of 16:37.98 — the Elis’ best finish […]

Producer speaks of career in television

Juicy gossip, sexual orientation, hookups, expletives and Hollywood drama attracted over 100 students to a talk by writer-producer Allen Heinberg ’89 Thursday. Heinberg, who currently is a producer and writer for “The O.C.,” and has produced and written for “Sex and the City,” “Gilmore Girls” and “Party of Five,” spoke candidly at the Morse College […]


W. crew eights finish second at Princeton

Even without the leadership of their captain, the Yale women’s crew team produced a solid overall performance this weekend. The Bulldogs raced Sunday in the Princeton Chase on Lake Carnegie in Princeton, N.J.. The best showing was put forth by Yale’s first varsity boat in women’s eights, which garnered a second-place finish with a time […]

Women’s rugby finishes its season strong

While the women’s rugby team’s season ultimately had to end, at least it ended on a high note. A dominant win against Wesleyan Oct. 23 capped an overall successful campaign for the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs finished second in the Northeast Rugby Football Union behind Boston College, the only team the Elis lost to this season. […]

Women’s crew earns pair of top-ten finishes

The women’s crew team rowed to third and seventh place finishes last Saturday at the Head of the Charles Regatta in Cambridge, Mass. The Regatta, first held in 1965, has grown over the past 40 years and now consists of over 7,000 athletes from around the world and attracts upwards of 300,000 spectators. “It was […]

W. crew dominates field at Head of the Housatonic

In its first race of the year, the Yale women’s crew team swept away the competition. The Elis rowed in the Head of the Housatonic Regatta Saturday, winning all three events hosted by the New Haven Rowing Club in Derby. Yale finished first in the open eight, open pair and novice eight events. Other teams […]

Students race for adventure

More than a dozen Eli thrill-seekers took to Hartford yesterday to compete in the Balance Bar Adventure Race. The 20-mile competition was no leisurely saunter through the streets. Participants could not simply power-walk their ways to the finish line. Teams of three demonstrated their athleticism through special tests, including a one-to-three mile kayak segment, 10-15 […]