W. hockey opens with tie and win

The women’s hockey team has come out of a successful opening weekend with a few scars but plenty of confidence. In their first two matches of the season, Yale tied 1-1 against Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on Friday in Troy, NY. On Saturday, the Bulldogs defeated Union 3-2 at Messa Rink. Going into the game, RPI […]

Eli biology majors find group support

Most Yalies associate majoring in science more with the trek up Science Hill than with liquid nitrogen ice cream socials. But student science groups with a social bent have sprouted up in the last few years, designed to encourage students to take their research activities into the extracurricular realm. Two such organizations, the Yale Undergraduate […]


‘City’s’ fury signifies nothing

Suddenly breaking out of an otherwise superficial conversation, a man releases a cry of frustration sparked by a fellow actor’s aggressive, taunting homophobia. Generally when a play presents a controversial issue in such an abrupt, problematic way, it expands on that problem a bit: It offers solutions, related issues, etc. In this sense, “Dying City” […]