Andrew Cramer
Staff Reporter
Andrew Cramer is a sports editor at the YDN. He has previously been a beat reporter for the Yale women's basketball and men's baseball teams. He currently writes a weekly column for the WKND section. He is a sophomore in Jonathan Edwards College and remains undecided about his major.
Author Archive
In defense of the dwindling, dawdling, doodling distractions

Over the past two semesters, several of my professors have outlawed technology in the classroom because it’s too distracting. I support their crusade. They are […]

“Smackdown” and the value of sibling violence

The so-called Dishes Dilemma: my parents were out for the night, so we had ordered in Chinese food. It was delicious. But now, someone had […]

Geronimo Stilton and the Mysteries of the Mousetiverse

SHHHHHH!!! Be very, very, very quiet. I can explain. Who am I to shush you? By cheese, I’ve forgotten my manners, haven’t I?!? My name […]

The complete and official list of winners and losers from Super Bowl Sunday at Yale

You know the Chiefs won and the Eagles lost. If you’re a football fan, you know the problems with the field and the officiating and […]

Fourteen things to love about Valentine’s Day

My mom telling me that I’ll always be her Valentine. It makes me feel a little bad for my dad, but hey man, second place […]

Ross and loss: A bleak two weeks in sports

I’m not saying I hate him, but I’m also not not saying that. You see, my dear friend Ross is from Philadelphia. Like many Philadelphians, […]

A Summer Carol

’Twas a cool winter night As young Andrew slept tight, All curled up in Bulldog Bed delight.                 […]

The last lucky one

“Only 1 Bed Remaining for Bulldog Beds!” The day was Dec. 23, 2022. Our protagonist — let’s call him Dom — saw the email and […]

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Tshiebwe’s 22 second-half points too much for Yale

The Yale men’s basketball team traveled to Lexington, KY to take on the No. 16 Kentucky Wildcats. The Bulldogs scrapped to a second-half lead, but the Wildcats proved too strong down the stretch.

The Meaning of Bad Basketball

Casual basketball players will often try to tell you that pickup games are a metaphor for life. You have to work as a team, everyone […]

Daily Thanksgivings

At every Cramer Thanksgiving dinner, we go around the table and say what we’re thankful for. The answers have ranged from health and family to […]