University | 2:16 pm | April 17, 2013 | By Josh Mandell

Woo ’12 MUS ’13 awarded Gates Scholarship

Naomi Woo ’12 MUS’13 has been awarded the Gates Scholarship for postgraduate study, a prestigious award that will fully fund her pursuit of a M. Phil in music studies at Cambridge University. Woo’s will join two other Yalies, Matt Shafer ’13 and Rachel Kurchin ’13, who were announced as Gates Scholars last February.¬†As a Canadian, »

University | 11:51 am | April 11, 2013 | By Josh Mandell

Business Insider: Harvard edges out Yale

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The results are in: Harvard is “REALLY better” than Yale, according to an article published Tuesday by Business Insider. In its analysis, Business Insider compared Harvard and Yale across six different categories: cost, academics, job prospects, campus, student body and student life. While the authors found that Harvard and Yale came out equal in academic »

Sports | 7:41 pm | April 10, 2013 | By Josh Mandell

M. HOCKEY | Coach named finalist for Penrose Award

After guiding the Yale men’s ice hockey team to their first Frozen Four in 61 years, head coach Keith Allain ’80 was named a finalist for the Spencer Penrose Award, an honor given to the best coach of the Division I men’s hockey season. Allain was named one of seven finalists in an April 3 »