Rohan Naik
Staff Reporter
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Yale group appears on “The Sing-Off”

The Yale a capella group “a.squared” performed on NBC’s The Sing-Off Wednesday evening, but failed to crack the top three in the a capella competition.

Priest-scholar talks past and present worship

On Monday afternoon, author, professor and priest Paul Bradshaw connected ancient religious practices to present-day worship.

Pop-up store to offer rotating retail space

New Haven residents have the unique opportunity to shop at a hip downtown boutique of less than 40 square feet during the first two weeks of this month.

Physicist talks sound preservation

Physicist Carl Haber blended art and physics yesterday afternoon, as he discussed revolutionary techniques that can pull sound from fragile and damaged recordings without touching them.

CROSS COUNTRY: Elis race to fourth-place

Ten Bulldogs from each team competed in the gold race, the women in a field of 41 teams and the men in a field of 42 teams. Both the men and the women finished as the top Ivy League team in the meet.

CROSS COUNTRY: Bulldogs race at Meet of Champions

After finishing second to Princeton in their first meets of the season, the men’s and women’s cross-country teams were back in action at the 20th Annual Iona Meet of Champions in Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx, N.Y. this past weekend.

CROSS COUNTRY: Elis top Harvard

Running at the Course at Yale, the men’s and women’s cross-country teams open their new seasons against some old, familiar foes.

Cross Campus installation to feature dance films

The stage that was assembled on Cross Campus over the past several days will host a dance installation beginning this Wednesday.

Foley endorsed by pro-family group

After Tom Foley announced that he would veto Connecticut’s proposed assisted suicide bill, he became the first ever candidate for governor to secure an endorsement from the Family Institute of Connecticut’s Political Action Committee

A cappella rush numbers fall

With a cappella rush now in full swing, groups have noticed a drop in interest and participation compared to years past.