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LIGHTWEIGHT CREW | Elis trounce Dartmouth

The Yale lightweight crew left another opponent in its wake on Saturday, winning all four of its races against the Big Green.


Woo ’12 MUS ’13 awarded Gates Scholarship

Naomi Woo ’12 MUS’13 has been awarded the Gates Scholarship for postgraduate study, a prestigious award that will fully fund her pursuit of a M. Phil in music studies at Cambridge University. Woo’s will join two other Yalies, Matt Shafer ’13 and Rachel Kurchin ’13, who were announced as Gates Scholars last February. As a Canadian, […]


LIGHTWEIGHT CREW | Elis continue winning streak in first Ivy races

The No. 2 Yale lightweight crew outraced all three Ivy League opponents it faced in a double-header this weekend to maintain its undefeated spring record.


Business Insider: Harvard edges out Yale

The results are in: Harvard is “REALLY better” than Yale, according to an article published Tuesday by Business Insider. In its analysis, Business Insider compared Harvard and Yale across six different categories: cost, academics, job prospects, campus, student body and student life. While the authors found that Harvard and Yale came out equal in academic […]


M. HOCKEY | Coach named finalist for Penrose Award

After guiding the Yale men’s ice hockey team to their first Frozen Four in 61 years, head coach Keith Allain ’80 was named a finalist for the Spencer Penrose Award, an honor given to the best coach of the Division I men’s hockey season. Allain was named one of seven finalists in an April 3 […]


LIGHTWEIGHT CREW | Yale breezes past MIT

The lightweight crew team swept its opponents again this weekend, beating the MIT and Georgetown crews.


MEN’S CREW | Bulldogs sweep Navy in opener

The lightweight crew team started its spring season with a dominant victory over Navy on Saturday.


MEN’S CREW | Bulldogs to take on Navy

Wrapping up a long winter of training, the lightweight crew team will open its spring season against Navy this weekend.


With DeStefano exit, city clerk race heats up

This November, the election for city clerk may be closely contested for the first time in a decade.


Diplomat talks Afghan politics

Marc Grossman, the U.S. special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan from 2011 to 2012, visited campus Monday to give a lecture that centered on the diplomatic progress that was made in his time as a representative.