Ben Raab
Staff Reporter
Ben Raab is the associate beat reporter for admissions, alumni and financial aid. He also covers's men's basketball. Ben is a first-year in Pierson college and remains undecided about his major.
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MEN’S SOCCER: Dartmouth delivers blow to Bulldogs title hopes

Coming off two big wins, a second league loss at the hands of the Dartmouth Big Green halted Yale’s momentum.

Didn’t get a ticket to “Hallowoads?” What next?

Hallowoads is officially sold out. If you’re one of the many students who were too slow to act and didn’t get a ticket for “hall-o-woads” […]

MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs gets back on track with wins vs Princeton, UMass

Coming off a tough home loss vs Penn, Yale bounced back with two big road wins.

Celebrating half a century of varsity women’s athletics

This weekend, Yale Athletics and the Yale Women's Athletic Network are hosting a series of celebratory events, panel discussions and more to highlight 50 years of varsity women’s athletics and Title IX.

Tsai CITY hosts first in-person community event since 2019

The Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale hosted an innovation mixer to welcome students to the new facility and display its resources.

Ugandan climate activist Nyombi Morris visits Yale

Ugandan climate activist Nyombi Morris visited Yale last Friday to discuss climate justice and what the Western world can do to aid the Global South.

JE crowns Tulip Princess in revived tradition

On Sunday, Jonathan Edwards College crowned Cam Bell ’23 as its first Tulip Princess — a student who most embodies the “spirit of the tulip” — since 2012.

MEN’S SOCCER: Penn breaks Yale’s unbeaten streak

In their Ivy League season opener, the men’s soccer team suffered a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Penn.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Life and Legacy of Louise O’Neal

A hall of fame coach, O’Neal led the Yale women’s basketball team to an Ivy League championship.

MEN’S SOCCER: Yale gets “chippy” in draw vs No. 4 Duke

In a heated game against the Blue Devils, the Bulldogs kept it even with a goal by Kahveh Zahiroleslam ’24 in the second half.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs break losing streak to prevail in Ivy opener

The Yale women’s soccer team played an aggressive first half to win over rival Princeton and ended its four-game losing streak.