Maya Sweedler
Staff Reporter
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2020 by the numbers: attitudes and expectations

2020 by the numbers: beliefs and experiences

Introducing the Class of 2020

Today, members of the class of 2020 begin their journey at Yale, arriving on campus with shower caddies and twin XL sheets, but also with a diverse set of dreams and anxieties.

From New Haven to Rio: Yale at the 2016 Olympics

Yale’s storied history in the Olympics closed another chapter last Saturday when the 2016 Rio Olympics formally concluded. Among the 11,303 participating athletes were seven […]

NHPS teacher on leave after allegedly assaulting student

The teacher has been banned from campus during her leave and the victim’s family intends to file a lawsuit.

Eight Bulldogs head to Rio for Olympics

Meet the seven alums and one current student headed to Rio this weekend for the 2016 Summer Olympics.

Tyler Varga ’15 retires from professional football

The running back played three games with the Indianapolis Colts in 2015 before suffering a season-ending concussion.

Hacker changes Montague fundraiser URL to “rapist”

Fundly Director of Marketing Gretchen Barry said this was the first incident of its kind the website has confronted.

Teammate launches fundraiser for Montague

Nick Victor ’16 wrote that former basketball captain Jack Montague was “wrongfully accused” and “doesn’t deserve this treatment.”

City declares state of emergency after several heroin overdoses

City officials in New Haven declared a state of emergency on June 23 after a batch of tainted heroin led to nearly 20 overdoses, including several fatalities.

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Sears ’16 signs to play professionally in Germany

Yale men's basketball forward Justin Sears ’16, a two-time Ivy League Player of the Year, has signed a contract with the Giessen 46ers.