Nicole Rodriguez
Staff Reporter
Nicole Rodriguez currently serves as a Science and Technology editor for the Yale Daily News. She previously covered the Astronomy Department, intramurals and Crew as a staff reporter. Originally from New York, she is a sophomore in Benjamin Franklin majoring in economics.
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Following antitrust expiration, merit and athletic scholarships become an option for the Ivy League

The expiration of section 568 of the 1994 Improving America’s Schools Act has raised questions about the Ivy League’s ability to refrain from offering merit-based scholarships.

MEN’S HEAVYWEIGHT CREW: Head Coach Steve Gladstone set to retire in 2023

Head coach Steve Gladstone will retire in 2023 after a 13-year career at Yale, three national championships and a slew of titles.

VOLLEYBALL: UCF puts end to record-breaking Bulldog season

The Yale volleyball team’s season ended on Friday with a loss to No. 5 UCF in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

THE GAME: A look back at six consequential years in the Yale-Harvard football rivalry

The News combed through records detailing the 147 years of Yale–Harvard history to highlight six games that have made the biggest headlines. 

CREW: Bulldogs capture top spots at Head of Housatonic

Fourteen Yale boats kicked off the fall season with impressive finish times at the Housatonic River.

Yale Athletics revamps department with promotions and external hires

Yale Athletics shuffled its leadership across several departments this summer.

Staff Photographer Jessie Cheung
MEN’S CREW: Bulldogs attain high recognition, national titles this summer

Both the lightweight and heavyweight crew varsity eights were named EARC Crew of the Year at the end of the spring

WOMEN’S CREW: Elis find postseason, offseason successes

Following a successful season, the No. 5 women’s crew secured several titles, medals and posted a world championship record-breaking time in Italy.

Yale-Harvard Regatta returns after three-year hiatus

The Race returns for its 155th iteration after two consecutive cancelations due to the pandemic.

CREW: All three crews win; women and lightweights sweep

At Gilder, the women’s crew competed against Radcliffe and Northeastern while heavyweights raced Princeton and Cornell. In Hanover, lightweights faced Dartmouth.

Sotheby’s to auction 1852 Yale-Harvard regatta trophy oars

The oars were presented to the winning Harvard crew by General Franklin Pierce, the then-future U.S. President, in 1852 and were rediscovered approximately 30 years ago in Medford, MA.