Claire Stanford
New Capt. Freedom makes first historic run

Friday night, Liz Jordan ’06 and her friends were trekking through the rain from Swing Space to Ingalls Rink, the site of the Yale-Harvard hockey […]

Walk this way

Last spring, the coaches of the men’s basketball team asked manager Josh Greenberg ’06 what jersey number he wanted. Greenberg thought the question was a […]

Students make N.H. a primary focus

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — Outside the Muddy River Smokehouse, Jonathan Vandenburgh ’04 and Brad Lipton ’05 wave signs for Gen. Wesley Clark Saturday afternoon, inviting anyone […]

Peer schools remedy health needs differently

During their four years in New Haven, Yale undergraduates not only grapple with daunting academics and social situations, but also must learn to take responsibility […]

Students receive mixed results and diagnoses

Now that the flu season has begun, many students will experience the inconveniences that come with the influenza virus. While symptoms such as sneezing and […]

Burrito cart wraps up zoning debate, for now

Business is back to usual at the Roomba burrito cart on the corner of York and Elm streets. Latin music blasts out of a stereo […]

Retailers cater to the Class of 2022

Anyone who has walked by Campus Customs on Broadway can tell you that “Yalies dribble too!!” Or at least that’s what they have learned from […]

GESO hears from board

Members of the Academic Labor Board released an official statement Wednesday containing their final report on a Sept. 20 hearing about alleged instances of faculty […]

Kennedy considers pulling ED’s support

More than eleven months after Yale College changed its early admissions policy from binding early decision to nonbinding early action, Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., may […]

Game show a win on campus

This past weekend, New Haven welcomed “Jeopardy!” with open arms and Pepe’s pizza. Fifteen college students from around the country competed in the show’s College […]

Lefkovitz discusses bombings

The first time Israeli journalist Etgar Lefkovitz met Yale students Zvika Krieger ’06 and Adina Lopatin ’05, they were in a Jerusalem cafe only a […]