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Big rout of Big Red and Big Green

Despite New Haven’s Arctic chill on Sunday, the Polar Bears of Bowdoin were very much not at home as they fell, 9-0, to the Bulldogs, […]

Behind the mask with Michael Pearce

Q: How did you get into fencing? It’s not something you pick up on the playground. A: I moved to San Francisco when I was […]

European pianist to perform exclusive recital in Morse hall

From the concert halls of Europe, Severin von Eckardstein will bring his virtuoso musical talents to New Haven for a piano recital at Morse Recital […]

Sailing succeeds in blustery conditions

The winds of fortune in their sails, the sailing team picked up strong finishes in three different meets along the East Coast over the weekend. […]

M. tennis starts fast but falters

The Elis came out firing early, only to get shot down on the second day. The men’s tennis team got off to a blistering start […]

Lax wins Iroquois exhibition

Yale parents were not the only ones flocking to Connecticut this weekend. The Iroquois National lacrosse team, comprised of professional and standout players from colleges […]

Corps of freshmen try to help men’s soccer stabilize early on

The Yale men’s soccer coaches may have discovered the fountain of youth. In a testament to a solid recruiting year for the Elisw (1-4-1), the […]

Harriers stretch legs at Q-pac

In an odd twist, the Yale cross country team’s drive to Friday’s venue was only a little longer than the time they spent running the […]

Eli curlers hit ice at Windy City tourney

Yalies flinging 44-pound cylinders of granite across ice, furiously scrubbing the surface in front of a moving rock. Not quite the first thing that comes […]

Left coast foe bests m. tennis

After a series of 7-0 romps over Army, Navy and UConn, the streaking Elis finally met their match against a sun-drenched foe. On Sunday, after […]