Joaquin Fernandez-Duque
Contributing Reporter
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MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs begin Ivy League campaign, continue unbeaten streak with two games in Philadelphia

The Yale men’s soccer team tied the first game of the Ivy League season against Penn before picking up an away win against St. Joseph’s.

MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs pick up wins against UC Irvine and Colgate, look toward Ivy League opener

The Yale men’s soccer team secured two home wins with clean sheets and hope to carry the good form into the first Ivy League Conference game.

MEN’S SOCCER: Rollercoaster week for men’s soccer sees last-minute goals and Bulldogs’ first win

The Yale men’s soccer team beat intrastate rival UConn at home before losing to Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas in the closing minutes later in the week.

MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs lose first two games, look forward to next game on Friday

The Yale men’s soccer team lost to West Virginia and UMass and is now focused on the in-state rivalry game against UConn at home on Friday.

MEN’S SOCCER: Bulldogs prepare for upcoming season and first game on Friday

The Yale men’s soccer team begins its season at home against West Virginia on Friday, Sept. 1.

Salsa’s Authentic Mexican Restaurant stands out for authenticity and familial warmth

The restaurant in Fair Haven has offered traditional Mexican food to the community for the last 14 years.

Esperanza Law offers legal representation to the immigrant community

Esperanza’s bilingual lawyers provide a much-needed service.

Unidad Latina en Acción organizes local events for International Women’s Day

ULA holds events across New Haven, including on Yale’s campus, in support of individual women in the community, as well as the rights of women worldwide.

Local Latino-run businesses adapt to stay afloat during the pandemic

La Patrona, a food truck, and Baila Con Gusto CT, a dance studio, have evolved throughout almost two years of the pandemic in order to stay in business.

Unidad Latina en Acción sends group to Washington, D.C. to support Build Back Better Act

The New Haven-based organization went to the nation’s capital to continue its fight for immigrant rights.

Native American Cultural Center and Yale Sustainable Food Program host Indigenous Food Pathways event

Participants at the event bonded over shared food and learned about Native food culture and traditional methods for sustainable farming.