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It wasn’t supposed to be this easy. Where last year’s women’s swimming and diving team fell to Brown, 169-131, the seemingly weaker — by dual-meet […]

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Roughly 30 members of the Undergraduate Organizing Committee protested Friday afternoon outside a private building where they mistakenly thought the Yale Corporation was holding a […]

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Yale scientists could come one step closer to finding an effective treatment for a disfiguring disease that strikes millions world-wide with a new $5.4 million […]

W. swimming wins no events at H-Y-P meet

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Sporting tie-dyed shirts made especially for the occasion, the women’s swimming and diving team spent the weekend trading cheers with Harvard and […]

Bulldogs lose to top league rivals

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Losing to Harvard is not just a football tradition. For almost 10 years, the men’s swimming team has lost to the Crimson […]

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The hallways surrounding the Kiphuth Memorial Exhibition Pool in Payne Whitney Gymnasium are lined with almost a century’s worth of small pictures of each year’s […]

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Publicizing a move that School of Medicine officials say will put the school ahead of its peers on ethical grounds, Yale Medical Group’s recently developed […]

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Martha Schall ’80, associate vice president for development and director of medical development at the Yale School of Medicine, has announced plans to depart the […]

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About a dozen Yale undergraduates met with faculty and staff from the Yale School of Public Health in an information session Monday for the new […]

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Half a second. That’s all that stood between the Elis and victory in seven events during Saturday’s meet against Dartmouth and Penn. The women’s swimming […]

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Undergraduates fascinated by global population and public health issues are now eligible for a program allowing them to earn a master’s degree in public health […]