Mason Kroll
SOFTBALL | Bulldogs take narrow losses

Despite noticeable offensive improvements, the softball team could not snag a win against its Ivy League rivals this weekend. The Bulldogs (7–21, 1–7 Ivy) fell […]

SOFTBALL | Bulldogs can’t jumpstart play

Plagued by weak hitting and frequent errors, the softball team took another pair of losses Wednesday against the University of Rhode Island (13–16). Since returning […]

Democrats pass revised budget

Following a proposal by Gov. Dannel Malloy to adjust the state’s budget in support of education reforms, the General Assembly’s Appropriations Committee passed a revised […]

Chocolate, a health food?

Rich in antioxidants, chocolate may be more than a sinful sweet. Over the last few years, evidence has been piling up in support of chocolate, […]

SOFTBALL | Bulldogs disappoint in Ivy play

In its first Ivy League games of the season, the softball team came up short with only one win in four games this weekend. The […]

SOFTBALL | Despite comeback, Bulldogs fall short

Fairfield swept the softball team yesterday, leaving Yale with five losses in six games. The Bulldogs, who have now lost their last six contests against […]

SOFTBALL | Bulldogs split double-header in extra innings

The softball team (5-7, 0-0 Ivy) showed a flair for the dramatic on Wednesday afternoon, going to extra innings in both legs of a doubleheader […]

Blue law repeal bill passes committee

With bipartisan support, the General Law Committee voted Tuesday in favor of a bill revising Connecticut’s liquor laws to allow, among other measures, sale of […]

SOFTBALL | Elis split double-header

After finishing its season opener at the Rebel Spring Games in Kissimmee, Fla. on March 16, the softball team (4–6, 0–0 Ivy) headed back to […]

Music student scores

While composing the score for the PBS documentary “John Muir in the New World,” Garth Neustadter MUS ’12 asked himself how the 19th-century naturalist and […]

Merging the arts and sciences, one lecture at a time

Every Tuesday afternoon at the Whitney Humanities Center, 11 students find themselves at a cultural crossroads. In the sixth iteration of the Robert Shulman Lecture […]