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Heed disparities in class formats

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E-mail yields miscommunication, confusion

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How to cure our premed problems

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Yale should set example on sustainability

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Tea dishes out eating pros

Crazy Legs Conti, the eccentric New York City window washer, nude model, sperm donor and professional eater, shared a euphemism Thursday for vomiting during a competitive eating contest. “We call it ‘urges contrary to swallowing,'” Conti said. “When it occurs it’s a Roman incident — very volcanic.” Conti, along with competitive eaters Hungry “Godfather” Charles […]

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Pen is mighty, for students of many majors

Whether they write to improve their economy of expression or because they are bored with studying the U.S. economy, many Elis believe writing will be an essential skill no matter what they do in life. And a proposal in the 2003 academic review, which recommended that each member of the Class of 2009 and beyond […]

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Lightweight crew brings home Joy Cup

The lightweight crew team handed MIT and Boston College a beating to sweep the Joy Cup Saturday in Cambridge, Mass. “There’s a lot of optimism floating around the boathouse,” Jordan Winick ’07 said. Racing with a moderate 10-15 mph headwind and a slight chop on the Charles River, the Yale first Varsity Eight finished in […]

W. track wins two at Duke and Penn

Women’s track and field split up this weekend — one group ran through the rain in Philadelphia while the other traveled to sunny North Carolina. But the result was the same for the two groups — first-place finishes at both the Duke Invitational on Friday and Saturday, and the Penn Invitational on Sunday. In the […]