Law School snags large donation

The Yale Law School celebrated last month a $30 million gift it received last December — the largest donation in its history — with a series of panel discussions and lectures. Law School alumnus Oscar M. Ruebhausen LAW ’37 left the gift to the school when he died last year at the age of 92. […]


Lightweights ready to do it all over again

Even though the lightweight crew team will not face their most intense competition until this spring, between practice, races and partying at the crew house, the Elis don’t seem to have much time for anything else. “Rowing takes up so much time and energy it’s hard to commit yourself to another activity,” Joe Fahrendorf ’06 […]

Stuper makes an immediate mark

This summer, while other student-athletes were taking a break from school work, the field hockey team had to write a paper. The assignment was part of an innovative philosophy instituted by new head coach Pam Stuper to train the team to play a better mental game. Each player had to research a psychological aspect of […]

A new skipper, a new start for Elis

The field hockey team is hoping that a change on the sidelines will translate to a change on the stat sheet. Former assistant Pam Stuper, who is in her first year as head coach, will lead the Bulldogs as they try to rebound from a season full of disappointments. The Elis had entered the 2004 […]