Dane Lund
Lund: Humanities more than argued

If Bryce Taylor ’11 is right about the humanities, I quit (“We live for the humanities,” April 3). If humanities have no practical utility, I […]

Vball hosts league foes

The volleyball team is looking to maintain its standard of perfection this weekend with two critical Ivy League matches. The Bulldogs will need to prove […]

M. soccer seeks Ivy dominion

After a week that saw the men’s soccer team eke out a win over Ivy rival Princeton and suffer a lop-sided loss to UConn, the […]

Men’s soccer beats Tigers

Continuing in the spirit of its recent games, the men’s soccer team held out until the final minutes to pull off an upset. In the […]

M. soccer to take on Princeton

After a long streak of away games, the Elis will have the comfort of starting off the Ivy season at home this weekend. The stakes […]

Men’s soccer falters in Midwest

By Dane Lund STAFF REPORTER After entering the weekend with an even record, the Elis have stalled on the brink of their Ivy season opener […]

Field hockey defeats VCU

After every tough season, there comes a chance for redemption. If the field hockey team’s season opener against Virginia Commonwealth University is any indication, the […]

Shin ’07 leads Elis to Ancient Eight title

It has been three years. It has been three years since the Yale women’s golf team mustered up the power to beat the daunting Princeton […]

W. golf falls to Hoyas, beats Tigers

The women’s golf team has a lot of things going for it. The Bulldogs have consistently topped the other Ivy teams at their invitationals, the […]

W. golf beats Princeton in sunny Florida

The women’s golf team got plenty of sun during spring break while the cold March weather raged on in New Haven. Instead of suffering through […]

W. bball seeks solid ending to ’06

After beating Cornell last weekend for its third victory this season, the Yale women’s basketball team hits the road, ready to fight to make the […]