Andrew Cramer
Staff Reporter
Andrew Cramer is a former sports editor, women's basketball beat reporter, and WKND personal columnist at the YDN. He still writes for the WKND and Sports sections. He is a junior in Jonathan Edwards College and is majoring in Ethics, Politics & Economics.
Author Archive
The (second annual) official list of winners and losers from Super Bowl Sunday at Yale

Your favorite annual YDN piece is back. You already know that Taylor Swift’s boyfriend and his pals won the big game, Patrick Mahomes is already […]

Touching your toes and achieving the achievable

I don’t really believe in New Year’s resolutions. For the past several years, I have failed to maintain a consistent workout schedule, to cut down […]

Six-words stories for the winter grind

Morning alarm 9:40 a.m. Overslept. Shit. Five hours was enough. Be brave. Didn’t do laundry. Last clean socks. Jacket zipper broken. So frickin’ cold. No […]

Ranking 185 Taylor Swift songs by when Travis Kelce should listen to them

I didn’t want to write this article, but I follow the news. I can see the trends, and I know what it takes to win […]

A belated Yom Kippur atonement

Easter always falls on a Sunday, and Christmas conveniently occurs over Christmas Break every year, meaning neither ever conflicts with school. Yom Kippur and Rosh […]

Lizzie Conklin
Gone but not forgotten: a few words on Bulldog Hotdogs

“It wasn’t just a bulldog hot dog. It was a bulldog home dog.” In those two sentences, Joel Banks ’25 captures a common sentiment around […]

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs pick up first road win since 2019

For the first time since 2019, the Yale women’s soccer team won a game away from Reese Stadium, beating Seattle University 4–0 in the second game of their West Coast road trip.

Against advice

Yalies — especially the older ones — love to offer advice. The pretentious ones might even refer to it as imparting wisdom. That’s all well […]

Closing a Window

My second-floor bedroom window looks out over York Street — and coincidentally, the YDN building itself. Pulling back the curtains every morning, I check the […]

Should we silence the shower singer?

We have classrooms. We have common rooms. And we have a gleeful abundance of library reading rooms. Yet, when it comes to a space for […]

Allergic to Joy

No, I am not high. Nor have I been sobbing. It’s allergies. In the past week, seemingly every tree and flower in New Haven have […]