SAILING | Elis hit preseason high

Starting with their highest preseason rankings in more than a decade, the Yale sailing teams hope the momentum continues to build throughout the fall. The women’s sailing team is coming off a second-place finish at the Intercollegiate Sailing Association Women’s National Championships and topped the preseason Sailing World College Rankings, released Monday, with 201 points, […]

A tour of the Elm City’s new eateries

Over the summer, New Haven’s restaurant industry saw three newcomers, with at least three more restaurants set to open over the next two months. While dining halls remains closed, Yalies have already begun exploring these new eateries. [ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”1407″ ] NEW HAVEN MEATBALL HOUSE 1180 Chapel St. The Meatball House is the third restaurant in […]


SAILING | Women’s team qualifies for Nationals

The No. 4 Yale women’s team finished second at the New England Championship this weekend and qualified for the Nationals Championships to be held from May 31 to June 2 in Austin, Texas. The Elis finished their season on a high note at the New England Intercollegiate Sailing Association Women’s Championship. The first two teams […]

YCC pushes grade transparency

The Yale College Council’s science and engineering subcommittee is advocating for science professors to make information about grading more consistently available to students during the term. The subcommittee released a report last Thursday based on a February poll of nearly 600 students, many of whom said that science and engineering classes do not provide adequate […]


SAILING | Bulldogs sail on to semifinals

Though the Bulldogs faced disappointing results in several fleet race regattas this weekend, the No. 1 Yale coed sailing team qualified for the National Semifinal Championships with a third-place finish at the New England Dinghy Championships at Harvard. The coed team competed in a total of three regattas last weekend. It captured third place out […]

Engineering library resources to remain dispersed

Engineering library resources from the Becton Center will remain distributed among Yale’s libraries in the 2012-’13 academic year, administrators announced Thursday. Library and School of Engineering and Applied Science administrators held a public meeting in Dunham Thursday to discuss arrangements for the library’s collections, which moved to Bass Library, Sterling Memorial Library, Dunham Laboratory and […]


Three Yale companies benefit from TechStart

Three firms founded by Yale engineers are reaping the benefits of a startup incubator program launched last month by Connecticut Innovations, the state’s quasi-public authority responsible for technology investments. TechStart Fund Accelerator Pilot Program began on March 5 as part of a $250 million investment the state of Connecticut committed to startup technology companies over […]


SAILING | Women’s sailing takes first on Charles River

The No. 3 women’s sailing team attained its first top finish this season last weekend when it captured the President’s Trophy Intersectional Regatta hosted by Boston University. Meanwhile, at the Marchiando Friis Team Race hosted by Tufts, the No. 1 coed team slipped following its three-weekend winning streak, taking second. After falling from its No. […]

YCC | Richard Harris ’15, UOFC chair

With no experience in the UOFC, Richard Harris ’15 is not a typical candidate for the chair of the Undergraduate Organizations Funding Committee. Harris said he has no illusions that he is coming into the race as an underdog, but said he wants to become directly involved in overseeing and promoting student organizations. His platform […]


SAILING | Coed sailing takes first

The No. 1 coed sailing team captured the Southern New England Team Race last weekend and had positive outcomes for the coed and No. 2 women’s teams at other races. The coed team competed in two team racing regattas, winning 13-3 at the Southern New England Team Race Intersectional hosted by Connecticut College on the […]

E&EB creates new track for pre-meds

When the biology major splits into the ecology and evolutionary biology and molecular, cellular and developmental biology majors next fall, E&EB will decrease the number of required classes and broaden its curriculum in an effort to better prepare students for medical school. The E&EB major will now feature two tracks, which do not yet have […]