Ex-agent discusses FBI

Law school applications are already long, but if former FBI agent Asha Rangappa LAW ’00, had her way, background checks and polygraph tests might be added to the requirements. “I’ve thought about doing fact checks on applicants’ resumes after we admit them over the summer,” said Rangappa, now the assistant dean of admissions at Yale […]


Golf teams take 2nd and 3rd in weekend play

Yale’s most cherished and hated rival in the Ivy League came out in full force against the golf teams this weekend. The men’s team came back after the first day to place higher than Harvard at the Yale Spring Opener, but the women’s team just couldn’t surpass the Crimson, who won first place at the […]

Golfers shine in Mid-Atlantic meets

For men and women’s golfers this weekend, second place was the popular place to be. Both captain Cindy Shin ’07 and Colby Moore ’09 came in second place overall in their respective tournaments, and the women’s team finished right behind Princeton at a tournament in Virginia. The women’s team traveled this weekend to the Georgetown […]

Down the street, track heats up

The men’s and women’s track teams spent last weekend focusing on individual performances in order to tune up for the outdoor season. Down the road at Southern Connecticut State University, the women’s team came in third and the men’s team took sixth place in a meet that was largely meant to prepare the Elis for […]

Golfers shake rust off their clubs in South

Nothing like some 70-degree weather to warm up the Yale golf teams for the 2007 season. At the University of Cincinnati Spring Invitational in Crystal River, Fla. this past weekend, the women’s team tied for sixth place with a score of 650. Members of the men’s team started their break play at the Liberty University […]

Runners end indoor season in Beantown

The number of Bulldogs may have been small, but the athletes who qualified have a lot to brag about, including a record-breaking time, a potential NCAA Championship qualifier and several top 10 finishes. The men’s track team scored 16 points and placed 15th overall out of the 74 schools represented at his weekend’s 86th Annual […]

Heps exhibit solo success

Although there is no “I” in team, in a sport like track, the athletes quickly find out that there might be a few “I’s” in their “individual” events. The Bulldogs’ team scores at this weekend’s Ivy League Heptagonal Championships were not at all representative of the outstanding performances by several members of the men and […]

Harvard dominates Ivy meet in New Jersey

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. At the annual Harvard-Yale-Princeton track meet held this Saturday, the Princeton Tigers finished on top, leaving the Harvard and Yale track teams in the dust. The men’s team scored 36 points and defeated Harvard (15) but was far surpassed by a strong Princeton […]

Langhauser nabs school record

If an honorary game ball were handed out after each track meet, the recipient for the Giegengack Invitational this past weekend would indisputably be captain John Langhauser ’07. In the last competition held at Coxe Cage for the indoor season, Langhauser broke the school record in the shot put in his final throw of the […]

Eli breaks dash mark in Boston

The men’s and women’s track teams ran up a sizeable list of accomplishments this weekend, finishing with a new school record and an NCAA provisional qualifying time. Aiming to set a strong tone early in the season, the Elis traveled to Boston University to compete in the Terrier Classic. The first away meet of the […]

W. track splits dual Ivy meet

Individual successes proved only enough for one victory in the women’s track team’s first dual meet of the season. The Bulldogs hosted Columbia and Dartmouth at Coxe Cage this Sunday, where they won seven events and made a respectable entrance into Ivy League competition. The Elis finished with 66 points, falling to Dartmouth (76 points), […]