Lisa Qian
Staff Reporter
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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Sarju ’16 saves best for senior season

With just four games left in her college career, Yale women’s basketball player Nyasha Sarju ’16 has a lot to reflect upon.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Losing streak continues

Tasked with beating the top two teams in the Ivy League, Penn and Princeton, the Yale women’s basketball team failed twice this weekend, stretching its losing streak to eight consecutive contests.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Elis play host to Ivy League leaders

The Yale women’s basketball team will look to snap its six-game losing streak this weekend, when it plays Penn and Princeton, the top two teams in the Ivy League.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs return to Elm City

Returning home for the first time in five games, the Yale women’s basketball will also look to return to its winning ways with a pair of games against Dartmouth and Harvard.

Former UN official discusses refugee crisis

Before an audience of roughly 40 students and professors at the Morse College Master’s house, Thomas Alexander Aleinikoff LAW ’77 — former United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Refugees — addressed a wide range of issues associated with the Syrian refugee crisis, expressing particular disappointment in the American response.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Guth a hit among Yale players

Scrolling through the images on Yale women’s basketball head coach Alison Guth’s Twitter feed, it is no easy task distinguishing the coach from the players. In pictures showcasing jokey Christmas attire and playful selfies, the first-year coach is camouflaged, fitting right in with her team.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Yale drops in Ivy standings

Games at conference favorites Penn and Princeton proved too much for the Yale women’s basketball team this weekend, as the Bulldogs fell in both contests to drop to 1–8 on the road.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Elis take 2–0 record to the road

This weekend, the Yale women’s basketball team will look to continue its modest undefeated streak in the Ivy League as it embarks on two consecutive road games against Penn and Princeton.

FIGURE SKATING: From the lab to the ice

It is not uncommon for Yale graduate students to have resumes replete with achievements, but for Curran Oi GRD ’20, those successes extend far beyond the sphere of academia.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Elis win Ivy opener

After earning an even 3–3 record in six nonconference games over the past month, the Yale women’s basketball team both concluded its winter break and […]

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs gear up for home tilts

For the Yale women’s basketball team, this semester’s reading period will involve gearing up not just for finals but for two opponents as the Bulldogs […]