Sharon Yin
Intramurals lack former prestige

Today, approximately 25 percent of Yale students regularly participate in intramural sports, according to head IM secretary Peter Jasinski ’12. But that number is less […]

W. LACROSSE | Bulldogs seeking first Ivy victory

After two wins at home, the women’s lacrosse team (2–8, 0–3 Ivy) will seek its third when it faces No. 13 Princeton (5–3, 2–0) this […]

BOOLA BOOLA | IM Track is here

The inaugural IM track meet has been set for April 27, and will take place at Yale’s Dwyer Track from 3:30 to 6:00 p.m., according […]

Downtown church vandalized

On Saturday morning, the Episcopal Church of Saint Paul and Saint James on Chapel Street found its 19th-century stained glass windows shattered, a bible torn, […]

Teen fathers join military

Social researchers have long studied the effects being a mother has on teenage girls, but a new Yale study has revealed that there are significant […]

Times op-ed pooh-poohs unpaid internships

Getting ready for summer?Author Ross Perlin condemned unpaid internships and colleges that promote them in the New York Times this weekend. “Colleges have turned internships […]

W. LACROSSE | Mixed results for Elis

This weekend, the women’s lacrosse team broke its three-game losing streak, but then, less than 48 hours later, fell back into the losing column. On […]

Stiles wins Gimbel Cup

Few people doubt that Yalies are smart, but which residential college is the smartest is always up to debate. If grade-point average is the direct […]

Eminem and slogans in Freshman Olympics video

The Freshman Class Council has come up with yet another promotional video for the upcoming Freshman Olympics. Set to Eminem’s “Till I Collapse,” the video, […]

W. LACROSSE | Bulldogs look for second win

After three straight losses, Yale women’s lacrosse will seek to end the losing streak this weekend. The Bulldogs (1–7) will face No. 32 Colgate (6–4) […]

New Haven County ranks as least healthy in state

Are wenzels making New Haven unhealthy? According to a recent study by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin’s Population Health Institute, […]