Mark Rosenberg
Staff Reporter
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FOOTBALL: Yale football welcomes recruits

Last Wednesday, thousands of high school football players made one of the biggest decisions of their lives: where they would spend the next four years […]

YCC creates student athletics task force

On Monday, the Yale College Council established a student athletics task force that will convene during the spring semester to consider topics especially relevant to […]

FENCING: Ex-Olympic coach joins fencing staff

This November, the Yale fencing team signed Haibin Wang, a two-time Olympic silver medalist and former head coach of China’s national team, to a three-year contract as an assistant coach.

Ellis ’12 joins Yale Athletics staff to expand video content

Ellis hopes to expand coverage to more of Yale’s 33 varsity teams, produce more on-demand video features for broadcasts and increase undergraduate participation in broadcasting, from announcing and camerawork to editing and production.

MEN’S HOCKEY: Yale hockey set to play in Belfast

The Yale men’s hockey team will compete at the fourth annual Northern Irish Connections Friendship Four Tournament in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Princeton suspends men’s swimming and diving team over offensive emails

Princeton University suspended its men’s swimming and diving team effective immediately, the university announced on Thursday. The decision came after an anonymous complaint alerted the […]

Kiphuth renovations stall

Fundraising efforts for the renovation of Kiphuth Exhibition Pool have stalled since March 28, 2014.

Harvard men’s cross country placed on athletic probation

The Harvard athletics department placed the men’s cross country team on “athletic probation” after university lawyers found an online spreadsheet made by the 2014 team […]

Athletics website undergoes redesign

The Yale Athletic Department’s website is in the midst of a drastic redesign intended to improve user accessibility.

Finding Their Stride

On one wall of the Brady Squash Center, a motto hangs: “The number nine player is as important as the number one player.” Integration is a core tenet of Coach Talbott’s philosophy. “There’s no separation,” he told me. “I don’t care. Within 24 hours, nobody knows you’re a walk-on.”

Yale welcomes Handsome Dan XVIII

Handsome Dan XVIII, an eight-week-old bulldog puppy, was delivered to campus Friday after a lengthy search process in which the University considered breeders from dozens of states for the new mascot.