City | 5:14 pm | September 27, 2012 | By Mason Kroll

Republicans will get top billing in election

The Connecticut State Capitol building in Hartford.

Republican candidates will get top billing on election ballots this November, Connecticut’s Supreme Court ruled Wednesday. The ballot dispute began over the summer when top state Republican leadership challenged Democratic Secretary of the State Denise Merrill’s decision to give the Democrats top billing in the ballot. The question boiled down to an interpretation of General »

Sports | 2:18 pm | June 5, 2012 | By Mason Kroll

SAILING | Women’s team takes second at nationals

Women's sailing came in second at this weekend's national championship tournament.

After a rough tournament beginning, the previously third-ranked women’s sailing team took second at the ICSA Women’s National Championship in Austin, Texas., this weekend. After winning the last of the regatta’s 13 races, the Bulldogs finished just four points behind the winning Boston College Eagles to end their season and win the New England Women’s »

University | 1:57 pm | April 16, 2012 | By Mason Kroll

YPMB brings sonorous sounds to baseball, softball

No word if Yale College Dean Mary Miller plans to conduct at baseball and softball games, as well.

The sounds of Lady Gaga graced Yale and DeWitt Family Fields over the weekend as the Yale Precision Marching Band — for the first time in recent years — brought their harmonies to baseball and softball games against Harvard. “A lot of teams don’t realize we totally love coming to games,” YPMB Manager Kebra Sedam »

Uncategorized | 5:12 am | November 2, 2011 | By Mason Kroll

Loko founders banned like beverage

The Yale College Dean's Office kicked a talk with the creators of Four Loko off campus because unregistered student organizations are not allowed to use Yale facilities.

A talk with the creators of Four Loko suffered the same fate on Yale’s campus Tuesday as the infamous beverage did in Connecticut last December. The Yale College Dean’s Office banned the talk from its on-campus location in the early afternoon, forcing its Yale Entrepreneurial Society sponsors to relocate the event to their office at »

Sports | 2:50 am | June 1, 2011 | By Mason Kroll

BOOLA BOOLA | Kate Grace ’11 qualifies for Nationals in 800m

Eight track and field Bulldogs competed at the NCAA East Regional, hosted by Indiana University May 26-28, and one, Kate Grace ’11, will continue her journey to the NCAA National Championships in Des Moines, Iowa . Athletes made it to the competition by placing in the eastern region’s top 48 in their events. Grace won »