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BOOLA BOOLA | Williams not Stanford’s selection

The San Francisco Chronicle reported at 10:24 PST that Stanford has chosen its offensive coordinator, David Shaw, to lead the Cardinal football team after interviewing […]

Williams in talks with Stanford

When Tom Williams was introduced as Yale’s sixteenth head football coach in 2009, he named two major goals for the program: an Ivy League title […]

Self-imposed blackout

When the Yale Bowl opened on November 21, 1914 for The Game, it was at the cutting edge of football stadium architecture as the first […]

The Elis who broke the 0–3 streak

Trust in your teammates, trust in yourself, and play with all your heart — those, say alumni of the Yale teams of 1967, 1998 and […]

BOOLA BOOLA | Tickets for the game are nearly gone

The Game tickets are almost sold out. As of 4:35 on Thursday, Jeremy Makins, director of ticket operations, said there are 80 tickets left, and, […]

BOOLA BOOLA | Student section tickets gone

Don’t plan on sitting in the student section for The Game if you haven’t bought your ticket. At noon today, Melissa Cail ’13 (a staff […]

Controversy arises in the Tyng Cup

Dreams of winning the Tyng Cup may have been shattered after a committee found four residential colleges guilty of using ineligible club table tennis players […]

BOOLA BOOLA | 1,200 Harvard-Yale tickets already sold

After just one day of ticket sales 1,200 tickets of the just over 3,000 tickets available to Yale students for the Yale student section at […]

Battle for the bus

For John Ettinger ’12, Saybrook IM Secretary, the competition for the Tyng Cup begins the second the IM Bus shuttle arrives at Payne Whitney gym. […]

Two-sport athletes a rarity

When head squash coach David Talbott came to Yale in 1983, he had six players on his roster who also played another sport. This year […]

NHL draft picks focused on Yale

In recent years, the No. 5 men’s hockey team has had a reputation as a small, quick team that can skate past bigger teams. They […]