Daniela Brighenti
Staff Reporter
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After hurricane shifts course, preparations slow

Emergency preparations for Hurricane Joaquin slowed Friday, after the storm’s path veered away from Connecticut’s shores.

Swensen talks integrity in finance

Yale’s chief investment officer and resident finance guru David Swensen GRD ’80, along with Greenwich Associates founder Charles Ellis ’59, emphasized the importance of integrity […]

Student-built house opens Monday

On a corner lot in New Haven’s West River neighborhood sits a 1,000-square-foot house, recently completed by first-year students at the Yale School of Architecture. […]

CROSS COUNTRY: Yale ties to women’s new look

Female runners and throwers for the Elis will be representing something entirely different with their new uniforms: Yale entrepreneurship and modernity

Yale School of Architecture appoints first female dean

Deborah Berke will succeed Robert Stern as the next dean of the School of Architecture, University President Peter Salovey announced Friday morning in a campuswide […]

FIELD HOCKEY: Yale takes on rival Crimson

After coming away with a split last weekend, the Yale women’s field hockey team is preparing for their Ivy opener this Saturday against rival Harvard.

FIELD HOCKEY: Yale splits against Bryant, No. 2 Syracuse

After an impressive comeback and a win on Friday over Bryant, the Yale field hockey team fell to No. 2 Syracuse on Sunday, coming away from the weekend with a split record.

Cyclists converge on the Green for Grand Prix race

New Haven residents and Yale students can expect to see tight-fitting, neon clothing today as the Elm City gets ready to host its first-ever Grand Prix bicycle race.

Union-backed candidates sweep primaries

Six of the eight Democratic primaries across the city resulted in incumbent victories.

FIELD HOCKEY: Weather proves difficult for Yale

Playing through the lightning and rain, the Yale women’s field hockey team was unable to secure a victory in their third game of the season, against American University

Malloy slams Amtrak for cost overruns

Gov. Dannel Malloy met with Amtrak representatives and federal transportation officials on Thursday to discuss the new Hartford Line, a project facing significant delays and a more-than-$150-million budget overrun.