Frances Sawyer
I Majored In Field Trips (And So Can You!)

In the Namibian desert —­ the Fish River Canyon, to be exact — I pick up a small rock. I don’t know what it is. […]

A Shakespeare Tour of Italy

“But soft, what light through yonder window breaks? It is the east…” And what time is it? I woke up with a wicked crick in […]

SAILING | Coeds take second place

The coed sailors secured their spot at the ICSA semifinals this weekend with a second-place finish at the New England Dinghy Championship. The Elis also […]

SAILING | Inconsistency hampers Elis

It was an up-and-down weekend for the Bulldog sailors over the weekend as the teams struggled with difficult starts at several New England regattas. The […]

SAILING | Sailing wins Ivy League title

For the third year in a row, the Yale sailors raced to victory in the Ivy Championships over the weekend. The No. 4 Bulldogs won […]

SAILING | Elis prepare for spring down south

It was a busy break for the Eli sailors as they split their time between conference racing and practice. Thomas Barrows ’10, Mike Hession ’10, […]

SAILING | Sailing finishes 2nd

Despite snow in New Haven, the Eli sailors found brighter skies in Maryland over the weekend at the Tom Noble Race. The Bulldogs traveled to […]

SAILING | Another Sunshine State win for Bulldogs

Hitting the southern seas, the Elis opened their spring season with a splash. For the fourth year in a row, the Bulldogs won the Mendelblatt […]

W. TENNIS | Elis back at home

The women’s tennis team will attempt to hold its 20-match home winning streak as they face UMass in the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center in their spring […]

M. TENNIS | No. 1 USC handles Blue

It was unthinkable that the men’s tennis team could manage a victory. But in an intense final match against No. 70 Radford, the team pulled […]

W. TENNIS | A beatdown for two Beantown teams

The women’s tennis team opened its winter season by scorching Boston College and Boston University over the weekend: The No. 48 Bulldogs defeated both schools […]