Amelia Lower
Staff Reporter
Amelia Lower covers football, men's ice hockey and men's lacrosse. She is a senior in Jonathan Edwards College from Rye, New York, double-majoring in Spanish and the History of Science, Medicine and Public Health.
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WOMEN’S CREW: Kristina Wagner ’15 takes third at Olympic trials

Last Friday, Yale women’s crew alumnus Kristina Wagner ’15 established herself as the third fastest women’s single sculler in the United States. Racing in Nathan […]

MEN’S LACROSSE: Goalie Jack Starr ’22 takes spring leave, preserving eligibility and staying creative along the way

Like many other previous members of the class of 2021, Yale men’s lacrosse goalkeeper Jack Starr ’22 is currently on a leave of absence, deciding […]

Starr minding the net in a game versus Dartmouth
Muslim student leaders discuss legacy of Malcolm X and Dr. Betty ‘Over a Black Coffee’

On Sunday, Muslim student leaders and activists hosted a discussion marking the 56th anniversary of the death and martyrdom of Malcolm X, moderated by Chaplain […]

Behind the Venue: An ode to Ingalls Rink and a collective history of “The Whale”

“Behind the Venue” is a series of feature-form articles that dives into the history, character and most memorable moments of Yale’s various athletic forums — […]

Yale Buddhist Sangha hosts talk and meditation with Fleet Maull

On Feb. 16, the Yale Buddhist Sangha hosted a talk, guided meditation and discussion led by Fleet Maull, founder of the Prison Mindfulness Institute. Maull […]

MEN’S HOCKEY: Former Yale defenseman Jack St. Ivany settles in at BC following transfer due to winter season cancellation

Jack St. Ivany, a junior defenseman from Manhattan Beach, California, recently decided to continue his ice hockey career at Boston College, leaving Yale’s team amid […]

Possibility of practicing at Yale complicates learning location decision for first-year spring athletes

As students on campus near the end of arrival quarantines in their residential colleges, Yale first-year athletes have begun to look toward an uncertain spring […]

YAA and Belonging at Yale host conversation with Ibram X. Kendi

This Wednesday, 1,097 students, faculty and alumni joined a virtual talk with Ibram X. Kendi hosted by the Yale Alumni Association and Belonging at Yale. […]

With no Ivy League team in March Madness this spring, conference could lose out on more than $1.5 million over six years

Representatives from the NCAA and Yale told the News that the policies around 2021 NCAA Tournament unit distribution, which benefits Division I conferences and their member institutions, remain undecided. Money might not be guaranteed for conferences that do not compete.

40.2 percent of returning student-athletes take leaves of absence this fall

Yale students and athletes encountered a dilemma as the 2020-21 academic year approached, with no fall Ivy League competition and uncertainty about the viability of […]

Faculty share perspectives on presidential election outcome at ISPS panel

This Tuesday, nearly 300 attendees logged onto the “Election 2020: What Happened and What’s Next” panel discussion hosted by the Institution for Social and Policy […]