Amanda Ruggeri
Witt guides Elis’ rise to the top of the conference

At 27, women’s ice hockey head coach Hilary Witt has been hitting pucks for two decorated decades. As a student athlete at Northeastern University, she […]

Elis outsmart Harvard with prank at Game

The “Harvard Pep Squad” ran up and down the aisles of Harvard Stadium at The Game Nov. 20. They had megaphones in hand and their […]

Mixed feelings surround Arafat’s death on campus

The death of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat Wednesday was met on campus with reactions ranging from sadness to relief. But most agree that his death […]

Former model follows spiritual path at Yale

At age 26, Dawood Yasin was almost killed. Three times. Back then, his name was not Dawood. He was not yet a teaching assistant in […]

Employees’ donations favor Kerry

If money talks, then donations to the 2004 presidential campaigns shout the obvious: Yale is a pro-Kerry campus. According to Federal Election Commission data for […]

Among smart Elis, at least two are ‘geniuses’

Two Yale scholars have just discovered that sometimes it pays to be a genius. Medical School professor Gretchen Berland and anthropology student Heather Hurst GRD […]

Rain falls mainly on New Haven, not Spain

If there is one talent that all Yalies possess by the time they graduate, it is not how to debate their way to the White […]

Power ’92 addresses human rights, policy

When a student asked Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist Samantha Power ’92 if she thought that the United States was on a “good path” or […]

UCS eases AIESEC jobs

For the first time, AIESEC Yale and University Career Services are collaborating directly on an international internship program for students. The program will send eight […]

Activist fears Roe v. Wade reversal

If President George W. Bush ’68 is re-elected in November, there is a large chance Roe v. Wade will be overturned, Kate Michelman, president of […]

Fasulo shares insider’s perspective of U.N.

When United Nations news correspondent Linda Fasulo’s cell phone rang for the second time during her presentation at a Calhoun Master’s tea Friday, she had […]