Branford initiation Tuesday night involved secret speeches inside Harkness Tower, dozens of boxes of pizza and the college’s freshman directing obscenities at Jonathan Edwards as they ran through the rival college’s courtyard.
The Brown men’s hockey team might be the enemy every time it comes to Ingalls Rink, but some of the Bears deserve a little credit. Six members of the Brown team were at the beach in Rhode Island a week ago when they did something that might make us forgive their upset of Yale last »
Not even Hurricane Irene could keep Caroline Wozniacki from winning in New Haven. Rain preceded, delayed and followed the women’s final of the New Haven Open, but the top-ranked Wozniacki made the most of the time she had, defeating qualifier Petra Cetkovska, 6–4, 6–1. The victory is Wozniacki’s fourth consecutive title in the Elm City, »
Caroline Wozniacki might be a Danish citizen, but she seemed New Haven’s hometown hero as she advanced to the New Haven Open semifinals with a 7-6 (2), 6-3 victory over world No. 8 Francesca Schiavone on Friday. Fans cheered for her loudly as she took the court to start the game, and made their overwhelming »
In the seventh inning of a close game against the Columbus Clippers on Wednesday, Pawtucket Red Sox manager Arnie Beyeler pulled his best player out of the game. Ryan Lavarnway ’09 was not injured — he had just been promoted to the MLB. Lavarnway, 24, was called up from the Triple-A Pawtucket, Rhode Island Red »