Andrew Bartholomew
Bartholomew: Yale torn between two lovers

Hey Princeton, we need to talk. It’s just, well, it’s not that the occasional fling hasn’t been fun. Really, what we have between us is […]

Bartholomew: It’s time for change

Enough is enough. Saturday’s fourth-quarter meltdown against Penn underscored the shortcomings that have held back Yale football for years. It’s time to try something new. […]

Yale crew stays in the race for dominance

A single sculler, midstroke, perches atop the copper weather vane above Ray Tompkins House, the Athletic Department’s administrative building. Rowers’ profiles hunch in the entrances […]

Eli coaches play a different ballgame

There is no tenure track in the Department of Athletics. And so head football coach Jack Siedlecki will take the sidelines on Saturday, his Elis […]

Student vets await summons to duty

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. When a FedEx envelope marked with United States Marine Corps letterhead arrived at […]

Computer files not so secret

Like approximately 50 other Yalies every month, Rosa Ayala ’09 got busted. The Record Industry Association of America spotted an illegal file on her computer […]

Colleges plan series of conferences

The leaders of 10 top international research universities — including Yale — met in Australia last week and agreed to hold a series of conferences […]

Seminar scripts TV series

Suzanne O’Malley knows how to keep an audience tuned in. So when over 50 students attended the first meeting of her Calhoun College seminar, “Writing […]

Affirmative action bans may boost Yale’s diversity

Yale’s efforts to increase racial and socioeconomic diversity in the student body may get a small boost from an unusual source: voters in California, Michigan […]

Fewer faculty advise government

What was historically an ongoing, discreet discourse between federal officials and academics has slowed under recent administrations, and it may take a presidential turnover and […]

Prof. debunks Douglass myth

A granite quilt, a small plaque and one woman’s story have suddenly come under fire in New York City, thanks in part to Yale Civil […]