Josh Duboff
Yale teams test skills in computer programming competition

While some Yalies were battling on the gridiron against Princeton this weekend, a group of 11 undergraduates huddled in a small room in New Rochelle, […]

Little sun leaves Elis SAD

When it begins getting dark around 4:30 p.m. and the freezing wind starts howling so furiously that most Yalies decide to stay bundled up inside, […]

Clean Cities wins government grant

The U.S. Department of Energy recently awarded a $20,000 grant to the state of Connecticut to support the initiatives of the Greater New Haven Clean […]

These Eli fans make games a family affair

When Chrissy Hall ’05, captain of the women’s field hockey team, runs out onto the field before one of her games begins, she takes a […]

Melanin may intensify UV rays’ impact

It is common knowledge that blondes and redheads get burnt easily, evidenced by that ubiquitous redhead lounging at the pool with a lobster-red stomach or […]

Jewish leaders reflect on future

On a night packed with events ranging from the second game of the Yankees-Red Sox series to the final presidential debate, more than 100 students, […]

Award gives aging research new life

At 1 Church St., a group of young scientists are working to benefit the old, and, for Dr. Susan Hardy GRD ’04, the job has […]

These Elis try three times harder

By any standards, just completing a marathon is an incredible feat. But imagine swimming 2.4 miles, cycling 112 miles, and then — to top it […]

Gym enthusiasts get up to do ‘Down Dog’

A group of groggy students dragged themselves out of bed at 5 a.m. yesterday. These girls braved the early morning cold and fog and stood […]