Elis recover after rough start

Despite the wavering wind, the sailing team cruised smoothly to victory over the weekend, winning the first and second places in the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association Men’s and Women’s Singlehanded Championships, respectively. The Elis sent Thomas Barrows ’10 and Jane Macky ’09 to the ICSA Championships in Seattle, Wash. Barrows won the Glen S. Foster Trophy, […]

With goal of collaboration, stem cell facility unveiled

Yale School of Medicine opened the door to cutting-edge cardiovascular, immunology and stem cell research with the introduction of a new research building Friday. Yale celebrated the opening of the research facility at 10 Amistad Street with a symposium and a ribbon-cutting ceremony last week. The building will provide a home for three new programs […]


Memorial service celebrates Hanzich

A Yale Law School memorial service Sunday celebrated the life of Joey Hanzich LAW ’10, who was found dead in his apartment last month. Friends, family and professors gathered in the Law School auditorium to remember Hanzich, a Harvard graduate and first-year law student who is believed to have died of natural causes Sept. 13. […]


Sculpture building opens for Architecture Sch.

With regard to construction around campus, the University is playing a “large game of dominos,” according to School of Architecture Dean Robert Stern. As new facilities open up, programs are rotated around campus to allow for other buildings to be renovated or demolished. The new Sculpture Building and Garage, which opened this semester on Edgewood […]