Jacqueline Sahlberg
Memorable Games in Harvard-Yale history

The Game of 1894: The Hampden Park Blood Bath In an era before protective equipment and modern safety rules, players from both Harvard and Yale […]

Moyer contributes despite injury

Linebacker Wes Moyer ’12 had a standout season this fall on the football team, garnering 26 tackles and playing in eight games. Unfortunately, Moyer’s athletic […]

Gym closure challenges climbing team

The recent closure of CT Rock Gym has left Yale’s club climbing team and other climbers in the New Haven area without a convenient place […]

Brain scans measure racial bias

Researchers at Yale Law School have discovered that brain scans may better predict jurors’ racial bias than previously established methods of testing. In a new […]

Cuts threaten African Studies program

After losing nearly half its federal funding for the current academic year, the Program of African Studies is fighting to gain additional financial support from […]

W. TENNIS | Bulldogs and Big Green combine for win

The women’s tennis team concluded its fall season with a successful weekend at the Dartmouth Invitational. 
At the invitational, captain Stephanie Kent ’12 and Sarah […]

Youth march for job creation

Approximately 150 local students and community activists mixed with Occupy New Haven protestors in a demonstration on the New Haven Green Wednesday. Less than a […]

CREW | Bulldogs compete in final fall regatta

On the heels of Saturday’s unexpected snowstorm, the Yale men’s lightweight and women’s crew teams concluded their fall seasons this past Sunday at the Princeton […]