Starting this fall, high school students in the New Haven Public School system will have a new way to stay active through interscholastic competition. Female […]
September 9, 2016
On Thursday morning, city officials and bike enthusiasts gathered at the steps of City Hall to officially announce the schedule of the second annual New […]
This past June, Yale unveiled its new Under Armour football uniform for the 2016–17 season. Examine changes in the uniform design over the past century.
September 8, 2016
After six weeks away from the job, New Haven Police Department Chief Dean Esserman has officially announced his resignation.
September 6, 2016
For the past six weeks the New Haven Police Department has been without a de facto police chief, after Chief Dean Esserman went on two consecutive periods of leave. A document made public last week outlines the terms of his first leave of absence, mandated by Mayor Toni Harp after the chief engaged in conduct she termed “unbecoming [of] a public official.”
On Monday morning, while many slept in to enjoy the Labor Day holiday, a few thousand others gathered at the New Haven Green at 8 a.m. to participate in the 39th annual Faxon Law New Haven Road Race.
Last year, CS50 burst into the academic arena at Yale with DJs, free cake and prize-granting puzzle competitions. Though the cake will remain, other facets […]
September 2, 2016
The Olympics features 42 sports disciplines and thousands of athletes representing their home countries. And yet, some names come up again and again, hoarding heat […]
As Yale prepared for the arrival of 1,373 freshmen last Friday, it did not predict over 400 labor union members to contribute to the commotion […]
August 31, 2016
New regulations passed by the Ivy League over the summer and set to go into effect this season will add new limits to the time demanded from student-athletes by their sports.
After nine years of serving the Yale athletic community as its mascot, Handsome Dan XVII died on Aug. 11, most likely due to a heart […]
August 26, 2016