Maya Sweedler
Staff Reporter
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Settlement unlikely in Montague case

New documents filed in U.S. District Court over the course of the last week indicate that a settlement is not likely in the lawsuit former men’s basketball captain Jack Montague filed against Yale in June.

FOOTBALL: Keys to the game vs. Colgate

This year’s Colgate football team, favored to win the Patriot League, is undoubtedly looking for revenge after the Elis’ 15-point fourth-quarter comeback last year.

FOOTBALL: Yale hosts Colgate to kick off 2016

The Yale football team that takes the field Saturday against No. 23 Colgate will not look like its predecessors. Clad in new Under Armour uniforms and stronger after spending months participating in a new sports performance program, Team 144 is prepared to overwrite Yale’s disappointing 2015 campaign with a stronger performance in 2016.

Yalies react to EpiPen price hike

Eddie Maza ’18 was two years old when he and his family discovered he was severely allergic to nuts and sesame. Unfortunately, he learned it the hard way: by eating tahini, a sesame-based condiment.

FOOTBALL SEASON PREVIEW: Revitalized Bulldogs get a fresh start

After a full offseason of recovery, training and preparation, Yale’s 144th football team opens its pursuit of the program’s 15th conference championship this weekend. But before hoisting their first trophy since 2006, the Elis have much to prove.


With the strictest safety regulations in all of Division I athletics and a multimillion-dollar promise to continue research, Yale and the rest of the Ivy League are poised to take the lead on one of the most vexing problems facing modern sports.

FOOTBALL: The Bulldogs’ war of attrition

While many would argue that Harvard or Dartmouth was the toughest opponent on last season’s schedule, it could be that the Yale football team’s biggest obstacle during the 2015 campaign was the injury bug.

Four players competing for Yale football QB spot

With the graduation of former quarterback Morgan Roberts ’16, the Bulldogs find themselves with four players up for the job of starting signal caller.

Women in STEM: Dartmouth vs. Yale

On May 23 of this year, Yale awarded 176 degrees to engineering and computer science students. Fifty-nine of these degrees — just over one-third — went to women.

FOOTBALL: Two night games highlight Yale schedule

The past two seasons have been full of firsts for the Yale football team. The 2014 season saw the team’s first appearance on ESPN’s College […]

2020 by the numbers: looking back, looking forward