Flora Lipsky
Staff Reporter
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Claim: “In order to argue that residential colleges are places of education and should be tax exempt, [Yale hosts] residential college seminars in [the colleges].” […]

Editors’ Note

Dear all: When we decided to do an online issue, it wasn’t to say print is dead. Print is not dead. Soon the Yale Daily […]

The Shadow Tax

Though New Haven’s legislative action and the ensuing court case faded into the pages of history, the tax issue did not. And school and city never resolved the broader question that lurks in every Yalie’s mind: What role does Yale play in the Elm City?

Sonia Ruiz
New colleges blend past and present

Yale’s two new residential colleges are all about juxtapositions — of near and far, of science and humanities, of new and old, and of traditional […]

Yale and Vassar: On the Road to Coeducation

“There is a giant snowball rolling down the hill right in your direction, and you have a choice: You can either come out in favor […]

SAILING: Bulldogs start title defense

As winter thaws, Yale’s coed and women’s sailing teams will return to icy waters aiming to defend their four consecutive national team racing titles this […]

Law professors sign letter opposing Sessions

Seventeen Yale Law School professors and affiliates opposed Sen. Jeff Sessions’ nomination for the position of attorney general.

How the Green Goes

A space as historical and well-recognized as the Green can have trouble claiming its own identity. Despite being the geographic center of the original city plan, the Green is not necessarily the heart of the downtown, nor the heart of government, nor a residential park. Nor is it at all a grove of academe.

Flora Lipsky
WOMEN’S SOCCER: Winless weekend for Bulldogs

With just two nonconference games to go before the Ivy League season kicks off in two weeks, the Yale women’s soccer team finds itself lacking momentum after its second-straight winless weekend.

SOFTBALL: Yale splits final weekend with Brown

The Yale softball team finished off its 2016 season this past weekend in the same way that the Bulldogs navigated most of conference play: with intensely competitive games […]

SOFTBALL: Elis look to push above 0.500

This weekend, the Yale softball team and its three seniors will close out their best season since before the soon-to-be graduates first matriculated. The four-game […]