Columbus House has ‘secret’: a new shelter

It may have been poorly kept, but Columbus House’s “secret” was still a hit. The New Haven homeless shelter and counseling center hosted its annual fund-raiser, entitled “We’ve Got a Secret,” Thursday night at the Yale School of Art’s Holcombe T. Green Hall. While the secret — that Columbus House is working to construct a […]


W. golf takes 7th in North Carolina

The Yale women’s golf team made the trek to North Carolina this Monday and Tuesday to compete in the Pine Needles Women’s Collegiate Invitational. The Bulldogs finished seventh out of 14 squads, with an overall score of 637, 69 strokes over par. Despite having won both the Yale Invitational in late September and the Princeton […]

Volleyball keeps rolling with two more Ivy wins

The second time around, the volleyball team can do no wrong. After going winless during the first half of the Ivy schedule, the Bulldogs have reeled off three straight league wins, including two over teams they had lost to earlier in the season. Yale (9-10, 3-7 Ivy) followed its first Ivy League win against Cornell […]

Volleyball upsets Ivy League leader Cornell 3-0

Although the Yale voleyball team will be absent from this year’s post-season tournament, the team proved that the season still has meaning for it. The Bulldogs (7-10, 1-7 Ivy) — winless in the Ancient Eight through seven games — shut out first place Cornell Saturday, 3-0, for their first Ivy League victory of the season. […]

V. ball suffers 5th, 6th league losses

Another bout of tough defeats awaited Yale volleyball against Pennsylvania and Princeton this past weekend. The Bulldogs (6-9, 0-6 Ivy) fell to the Quakers (10-4, 4-1 Ivy) 3-1 in Friday’s match, and then followed up that defeat with another disappointing 3-1 loss to the Tigers (8-7, 2-3 Ivy) Saturday. Friday’s match at The Palestra began […]

Volleyball feels the Payne, loses two

Payne Whitney Gymnasium was full of excitement this past weekend as Yale volleyball (6-7, 0-4 Ivy) hosted archrival Harvard (8-4, 2-1 Ivy) Friday and the Dartmouth Big Green (7-6, 2-1 Ivy) Saturday. With Eli parents visiting for the weekend,the home crowd was packed. But the Bulldogs could not capitalize on their home court advantage — […]

M. soccer’s unbeaten streak snapped by Fairfield

The Yale men’s soccer team played on the road Wednesday night against its intrastate rival, Fairfield. And despite the Bulldogs’ high hopes, the Fairfield Stags (8-1-1) edged out the Elis (5-2-2, 1-1-1) 2-1. Yale had gone seven straight games without a loss, an undefeated streak that began Sept. 17 with a 2-1 win against the […]

Football making extra efforts to fill Bowl, but attendance low

A throng of Elis decked in blue and white marched out to the Yale Bowl Sunday to confront the Dartmouth football team. The game marked the Bulldog’s first Sunday game in 129 years of Yale football. Thousands of students and alumni showed up for this rarity, but the crowd was not nearly as large as […]

“Yale 300” promises to accommodate all tastes

A colossal fair constructed of metal, plywood and Yale banners lies this moment in dormant anticipation. This fair will burst to life Friday as the last part of Yale’s tercentennial celebration. The Yale Bowl plays host to the “Yale 300 Festival” at 4:30 p.m. and the “Tercentennial Show” at 7 p.m. After a day of […]