WOMEN’S BASKETBALL | Bulldogs snap four-game slide

The women’s basketball team returned to the John J. Lee Amphitheater on Tuesday to snap a four-game losing streak with a 67–53 victory over the Fordham Rams.

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL | Shooting woes continue as Elis fall to Army

Despite a 15-point performance from guard Nyasha Sarju ’15, the women’s basketball team fell to Army 47–53 last weekend at West Point.

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL | Yale travels to West Point

The women’s basketball team will hit the road and take on the Army Black Knights (6–1) this weekend after a three-game losing streak.

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL | Bulldogs to fight off the Cougars

The Elis will return to Payne Whitney this weekend aiming to notch their first victory of the season and revive last year’s win against the University of Houston.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL | Yale falls in home opener

The women’s basketball team fell to the New Hampshire Wildcats 57-51 in the home-opening game of its historic 40th season.

FIELD HOCKEY | Elis fall to Cornell, No. 1 Syracuse

The field hockey team returned empty-handed from its trip to upstate New York this weekend. The Elis lost 1–0 in overtime to Cornell on Saturday and fell 5–0 to No. 1-ranked Syracuse the following day. Despite the loss, the team had reason to be proud of its effort against the Orange. The Bulldogs (3–6, 1–2 […]

Local politicians urge student involvement

The Yale College Democrats invited local politicians to campus on Monday evening for their first official meeting of the year. In a packed Branford common room, Ward 1 Alderwoman Sarah Eidelson ’12, Ward 22 Alderwoman Jeanette Morrison and Mayor John DeStefano Jr. addressed prospective and returning Dems. Eidelson and Morrison emphasized the importance of youth […]

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W. SOCCER | Elis drop two games on road

The Elis (2–3) struggled to find their rhythm on the road last weekend and fell to two Chicago teams despite second half surges. After a 2–1 loss to the Loyola Ramblers (3–4) on Friday and a 2–0 loss to the Northwestern Wildcats (4–2–1) on Sunday, the Bulldogs return to campus to focus on their upcoming […]

W. SOCCER | Bulldogs head to the Windy City

As the women’s soccer team gears up for its pair of away games this weekend, it is looking to make the most of nonconference play. The Bulldogs (2–1) will head to Chicago, Ill. to face the Loyola Ramblers (1–4) on Friday night and the Northwestern University Wildcats (2–2–1) on Sunday afternoon. The Bulldogs will not […]

Eidelson ’12 leads committee’s push for youth services

Chaired by Ward 1 Alderwoman Sarah Eidelson ’12, the Board of Aldermen’s youth services committee met Wednesday night to formalize its goals for citywide youth programs, following the launch of citywide youth initiatives last spring. The committee gathered alongside representatives from the nonprofit United Way of Greater New Haven, local public schools, the Citywide Youth […]

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