Sam Kahn
At 69, Meyer returns to politics with upset win

After a lifetime of public service, Ed Meyer ’57 LAW ’61 was virtually retired when he decided to enter one more political campaign. Meyer ran […]

M. rugby’s run ends in Northeast semis

Middlebury defeated the Yale men’s rugby team 10-0 at the Northeast Tournament in Amherst, Mass. Sunday, ending the Elis’ 10-game winning streak and quelling Yale’s […]

Yalies overcome obstacle of learning disabilities

When Emily Holleman ’08 received her SAT back, her score was lower than she expected. She sent for a copy of the test and found […]

Benhabib, Hill discuss war in Iraq

Speaking to a capacity crowd yesterday evening, Yale professors Seyla Benhabib and Charles Hill expressed their divergent views on the validity of the Bush administration’s […]

La Casa focuses on a different election

In the middle of a tense campaign for Puerto Rico’s open governor’s office, 10 Yale students gathered at La Casa Cultural Monday night to watch […]