Patrick Lee
New site to consolidate online lives

Some day in the near future, online stalking could get a lot easier. If FriendFeed — a new Web site developed by four former Google […]

Women’s tennis reigns in Queens

At the home of the U.S. Open, the women’s tennis team earned grand slam-level success in the United States Tennis Association Invite. This weekend, in […]

Business booms with arrival of parents

For most Yalies, ordering a $25 entree during dinner at Ibiza is not an everyday occurrence. But during Parents’ Weekend, the regular rules of spending […]

Sailing finishes second in New London

For the typical Yalie, bright sunshine and a light breeze are welcome changes in weather. But this past weekend, the constantly changing wind conditions amplified […]

Admissions get timelined

May 1 is the official deadline for most college applicants’ matriculation decisions, but with admissions decisions for different schools arriving in students’ mailboxes at various […]

Grads take RVs cross-country

Many Yalies seem to know where they are headed, whether it is to investment banking or medical school — and then there are those who […]

Youth at Work battles crime

Street crime may be a temptation for youth in some New Haven neighborhoods, but a group of city aldermen is discussing ways to encourage teens […]

W. golf overcomes rain for fifth place

Thirty minutes into the Princeton Invitational, a surprise shower drenched the women’s golf team with rain. Despite their lack of rain gear, they kept playing […]

Alcoholism research gets $7M grant

The National Institutes of Health have renewed a $7 million grant to School of Medicine professors studying alcoholism, which researchers hope will help bridge the […]

Broccoli can reduce risk of prostate cancer

Researchers at the School of Medicine have discovered that the wilting broccoli in dining halls across campus is more friend than foe, at least for […]