Hamera Shabbir
Staff Reporter
Hamera Shabbir covers golf and fencing for the Sports desk and the School of the Environment for the Science and Technology desk. Originally from California's Central Valley, she is a sophomore in Branford College majoring in Environmental Studies.
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OCS, coaches, athletic alums advise student-athletes on post-grad plans

Women’s basketball guard Ellen Margaret Andrews ’21 will be working for Teach for America in Newark, New Jersey this fall after participating in Division I basketball for four years and receiving advice from teammates, alumni, coaching staff and the Office of Career Strategy on her post-graduation plans.

An illustration of athletes wearing professional work outfits while still practicing their sports.
Club women’s rugby during COVID-19: How one of Yale’s non-varsity sports continues to grow

While Yale club women’s rugby is unable to practice formally this year, its members have maintained a close connection with one another. For those in […]

Connecticut Tennis Center being converted into Westville Music Bowl

After 31 years of hosting premier tournaments through the Tennis Foundation of Connecticut’s lease with Yale, the Connecticut Tennis Center is set to reopen as […]

A sign at the former CTC that reads, "45 Yale Avenue Westville Music Bowl"
Running in circles: Frustrated on-campus runners adapt during monthlong arrival quarantine

With Yale now in Phase 3 of arrival quarantine, restrictions on off-campus movement are frustrating some on-campus runners, who are persisting with creative solutions to […]

Behind the Venue: A history of the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center

“Behind the Venue” is a series of feature-form articles that dives into the history, character and most memorable moments of Yale’s various athletic forums — […]