The women’s basketball team (1–0) took a nine-point lead into the half, but had to stave off a second-half surge by Holy Cross (0–1) before the Bulldogs emerged with the 74–71 win at the Hart Center on Friday night. It was the third consecutive year that the Bulldogs started off their season with a close […]
THE NEWS The News continues to follow the results of the gubernatorial race in Connecticut. Both the Democrat and the Republican candidate in Connecticut’s hotly-contested gubernatorial race announced late this afternoon that they have begun forming transition teams. Democrat Dan Malloy, who the Secretary of the State said leads unofficial tallies by 3,103 votes, announced […]
Yale’s own professor Harold Bloom GRD ’56 received a shout out of sorts in the viral video “So You Want to Get a PHD in the Humanities.” The video’s premise is a meeting between a jaded dean and a motivated young undergraduate who wants to attend graduate school for English. The almost five minute video […]
Those in-suite kitchenettes are doing the Morsels some good: Morse’s team — composed of Celina Kirchner ’10, Matt Boone ’12 and Kevin Adkisson ’12 — took home the $1,000 prize in Wednesday night’s Iron Chef Yale competition in Commons dining hall. The trio prepared an appetizer of cones with salmon ceviche, consisting of mango, sprouts, […]
Yalies across campus felt the love Sunday night as they celebrated Valentine’s Day, or, as some like to call it, “Singles Awareness Day.” Whether you have a special someone or are flying solo, commercialism is for everybody to enjoy. Photographers Jane Long and Grace Patuwo captured the love. Created with flickr slideshow.