Marina Williams
Staff Reporter
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WILLIAMS: In defense of emotion

On Oct. 1, a man opened fire on thousands of concertgoers enjoying a country music festival in Las Vegas, killing 58 and injuring hundreds. Since […]

MEN’S TENNIS: Fifth-place Yale faces winless opponents

Although the sting of losing two winnable matches lingers, the Elis (15–6, 1–2 Ivy) have two chances to redeem themselves this weekend. Yale will host Princeton (10–11, 0–2) on Saturday and Penn (13–8, 0–2) on Sunday.

BASEBALL: Breaking down the Lou Gehrig division

PENN The Quakers ended the 2016 season with a 19–22 record overall, including a 10–10 Ivy League mark, and return as the biggest offensive threat […]

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Breaking down the tournament

PENN The Quakers will take their home court on Saturday as the overwhelming favorites to earn their second consecutive NCAA Tournament berth. Following their 64–46 […]

Students note inconsistencies in switch to Canvas

As Yale begins a full-scale transition of all courses from Classes*v2 to Canvas software — a move many students have praised — some professors have yet to make the switch.

WOMEN’S TENNIS: Elis optimistic despite teammates’ departure

Despite the loss of three players last semester, the Yale women’s tennis team has turned its attention to its indoor season with the hopes of a successful spring and improvement in the Ivy League.

THE GAME 2016: Harvard season in review

Rhode Island, 51–21 Win The Harvard football team started the year off right, taking a 21–0 lead in the first quarter of its season opener […]

Students cope with higher stress levels

The past few weeks have taken an emotional toll on many Yale students, with turmoil both on campus and nationally.

Elm City reacts to unexpected Trump victory

Trump’s win was met with surprise and dismay in New Haven, a city with an overwhelming Democrat majority: 67 percent of the 77,168 residents who registered to vote prior to Election Day identify as Democrats.

Yale hosts annual Ivy Native Summit

About 175 indigenous students gathered at Yale the past weekend for the annual Ivy Native Summit.

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Upcoming winter threatens food truck sales

Winter is coming for the food trucks located on Sachem Street, and along with it, a potential decline in business.