W. crew frosh make early mark

Some Yale students struggle to make it to their 10:30 a.m. class, and cannot imagine having to wake up at 5:45 a.m. every morning to be on the water for practice. But by the time many Yalies start hitting the snooze button, the crew team has already driven to the boat house and back, with […]

W. tennis caps fall at Brown

For Lindsey Dashiell ’08, this fall season wasn’t exactly what she had in mind. Unable to compete because of a debilitating back injury, she spent her time instead watching her team from the sidelines and doing rehab. But this weekend marked an exciting turning point for Dashiell, who was finally able to compete with the […]

Wai ’07 wraps up strong fall with ITA title

A player coming into a tournament as the No. 1 seed can sometimes falter under the pressure to perform as the favorite. But Brandon Wai ’07 was unfazed, emerging victorious over 127 other singles players to live up to his hype. The ITA Northeastern tournament, which took place at Dartmouth College, began last Friday and […]

Elis swing to mixed results

While the actual storm had already finished by Saturday, the women’s golf team still seemed a little under the weather this weekend. Suffering from lack of practice due to last week’s rain, the Bulldogs finished eighth out of 14 teams in the Nittany Lion Invitational this past weekend at Penn State. In both rounds, Yale […]

Yale Medal honors dedicated alumni

Most undergraduates think of their college career as only being four years long. But there are some Yalies whose involvement with the University doesn’t end after graduation, opting instead to devote a large part of their life to giving back to Yale. The annual Yale Medal, considered the most prestigious award given by the Association […]