City | 10:57 pm | October 20, 2012 | By Lindsey Uniat

Lawsuit alleges age discrimination

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A 63-year-old former Yale administrator at the Yale-New Haven Hospital is suing the University on the grounds of age discrimination, claiming that he was fired from his post after serving more than 30 years with the hospital and School of Medicine. Martin Donovan, 63, the former director of finance for the Yale Medical Group, is »

University | 9:35 pm | October 8, 2012 | By Lindsey Uniat

Students celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving

The Pierson College dining hall filled with Canadian undergraduates, graduates and faculty members on Monday in celebration of the 19th annual Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner, hosted by Pierson College Master Harvey Goldblatt GRD ’78. Goldblatt, who hails from Hamilton, Ontario, and Joshua Satok ’13, president of the Association of Canadian Students, gave welcoming remarks and led »

Sports | 3:13 am | September 27, 2012 | By Lindsey Uniat

M. HOCKEY | Bulldogs predicted to finish fifth in ECAC

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The men’s hockey team is predicted to finished fifth in the 2012-13 ECAC standings, according to the ECAC Men’s Hockey Coaches’ Poll released Wednesday. The Bulldogs received 77 points in the annual poll, but no first place votes. The poll predicts Union to come in first, notching 118 points and eight first-place votes, followed by »

Sports | 6:05 pm | July 30, 2012 | By Lindsey Uniat

FIELD HOCKEY | Holland ’14 makes USA U21 team

Georgia Holland '14 is vying for a spot on the American team at the Junior Pan American Championship in Mexico this September.

Field hockey player Georgia Holland ’14 is one of 30 players in the country to have been selected for USA Field Hockey’s U21 National Team. The Yale midfielder/back will attend the team’s Pan American Training Camp at the University of Maryland in mid-August and vie for a spot on the United States’ Junior Pan American »

Sports | 12:55 am | May 15, 2012 | By Lindsey Uniat

CREW | Bulldogs beat opponents at EARC Sprints

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The lightweight crew team won two of four races at the EARC Sprints on Sunday in Worcester, Mass. The Bulldogs also took home the Jope Cup for overall team performance with 34 points. Princeton and Harvard tied for second place with 29 points, marking the first time since 2002 that the Bulldogs have achieved the »