Matt Eisen
Sarfaty ’08 serves again

By Matt Eisen Staff reporter [ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”14507″ ] It was a balmy Thursday night in early August 2006 when Moshe Sarfaty, back in his native […]

M. squash emerges victorious yet again

Apparently all the right things were said in the men’s squash locker room after last Tuesday’s poor showing against Trinity. The Bulldogs bounced back this […]

Men’s squash rolls into 3-0 weekend in N.Y.

Woody Allen once said, “Eighty percent of success is showing up.” For the men’s squash team, that number may have been closer to 90 or […]

M. squash pulls perfect break

If the men’s squash team makes an impressive run in 2007, as it is fully capable of doing, then it might be said that it […]

Elis welcome m. squash elite

Following the surprising loss to Penn in early December, the men’s squash team was left with wounded confidence and a pressing need to right the […]

Quakers avenge ’05 loss

The men’s squash team hoped to make an early statement and establish their place among the Ivy’s best, but instead they will have to spend […]

Alum discusses gaming

To Yalies who are better versed in Halo and Madden than in their schoolwork, William “Bing” Gordon ’72 has what might seem like an ideal […]

UHS flu shots draw students

As residential colleges host temporary flu-shot clinics for the first time, Yale University Health Services officials are noticing increased undergraduate participation in their annual immunization […]

M. squash set for title run

The men’s squash team of 2006-’07 has a very different look and feel than in years past, especially after losing Julian Illingworth ’06, arguably the […]

Program records fall for vball

The dominant finish to the Yale women’s volleyball season was missing just one crucial element this weekend — an Ivy League championship. Despite impressive back-to-back […]

Club hockey set to recreate first collegiate game

On a chilly February day, Malcolm Chase, Class of 1896, and his classmate Arthur Foote led the newly formed Yale hockey club onto a Baltimore […]