Amelia Lower
Staff Reporter
Amelia Lower covers women's soccer, men's lacrosse and men's ice hockey. She is a sophomore in Jonathan Edwards College and is from Rye, New York.
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WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs prepare for Oregon State, Colgate

After losing their first two games this season, Yale is looking to earn their first wins against Oregon State this Friday and Colgate on Sunday.

The women
MEN’S ICE HOCKEY: A return to the Whale and tournament ambitions

As the new academic year approaches and students anticipate the opening of Old Campus’ gates to incoming first years, the Whale waits patiently to be […]

With registration drive virtual this spring, Brian Tevlin ’22 reflects on 2019 bone marrow donation

With the Mandi Schwartz Marrow Donor Registration Drive virtual, tables of students ready to sign up potential donors are absent from Cross Campus this spring, but men’s lacrosse captain Brian Tevlin ’22 looked back on his 2019 match with the News.

Handsome Dan sits next to a Be the Match.
Yale working to deal with students who get a non-FDA-authorized vaccine

Because the pandemic has scattered Yale students across the globe, not everyone has access to the same COVID-19 vaccines. But with Yale's recent mandate announcement and requirement that students be immunized with U.S.-approved shots for the fall, what could this mean for international students in countries that are only administering AstraZeneca or other non-FDA-authorized vaccines?

An up close photo of COVID-19
Brown, Columbia, Dartmouth, Penn, Princeton competing locally

While Yale and Harvard remain in Phase II of the Ivy League’s plan for the resumption of athletic activity, Cornell has entered into Phase III of practices and Brown, Princeton, Dartmouth, Columbia and Penn have resumed some form of competition in Phase IV.

A graphic showing the phasing state of athletic programs in the Ivy League
MEN’S LACROSSE: Skyler Wilson ’24, the single Bulldog practicing this spring

Not only have the trees outside of Reese Stadium sprouted new leaves with the arrival of spring, the lacrosse field has also been awakened with […]

WOMEN’S CREW: Kristina Wagner ’15 qualifies for Tokyo Olympics

On Thursday morning, former Yale women’s rower Kristina Wagner ’15 finished in first place at U.S. Olympic Trials II with doubles partner Genevra Stone. The […]

Wagner and Stone row together
MEN’S LACROSSE: ONE: Inside the mentality that lifted Yale atop collegiate lacrosse and carried it through a year of separation

During a semester when nearly the entire team is dispersed throughout the country, far from Reese Stadium and Yale’s campus, the Yale men’s lacrosse program’s […]

An illustration of men
Yale Slifka Center and Chabad celebrate Passover through online and in-person gatherings

Jewish Yalies celebrated Passover through remote and in-person celebrations held from March 27 to April 4. Small Seders, online services and community gatherings were held […]

The façade of Slifka from Wall St.
Online but joyous: Yalies celebrate Holy Week and Easter Sunday

As spring has sprung in New Haven, many Yalies are enjoying more than just the daffodils scattering campus — the beginning of April has also been […]

MEN’S LACROSSE: Trio of Bulldogs suit up for Denver this spring

The Denver men’s lacrosse team (7–2, 5–0 Big East) took down Providence (3–5, 2–4 Big East) in its most recent matchup over the weekend with […]

Jackson Morrill carries the ball against Providence.