Steven Siegel
W. swimming suffers Ivy loss, but wins two

By Steven Siegel CONTRIBUTING REPORTER At the end of Columbia’s dual meet victory over Yale Friday, the Uris Pool’s electronic scoreboard flashed “Columbia is on […]

Donor program organizes drive at Yale-New Haven

When Susan Murphy of Madison, Conn., was diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia, a rapidly-spreading cancer, in early 2002, she had to look across the country […]

Grey is welcomed as Nursing School Dean

In 1973, when Margaret Grey NUR ’76 went to a happy hour at the Graduate and Professional Student Center at Yale, she found more than […]

Professors question spending on flu vaccine

Although President George W. Bush ’68 announced a sweeping $7.1 billion plan Tuesday to confront the growing threat of pandemic flu, whether Yale will see […]

Swimmers face off in intrasquad meet

Their only competition might have been fellow Elis, but the Yale swimmers did not race any slower. The men’s and women’s swimming teams kicked off […]

Asian students question success stereotype

Annabel Chang ’08 grew up in a household that defied stereotypes. Though her parents emigrated from Taiwan to Texas only a few years before she […]

Groups push for new energy plans

Nearly three weeks after the announcement of a sweeping University emissions reduction initiative, several student environmental groups have introduced an energy pledge listing steps students […]

Eli streak ends in tie at Penn

All good things must come to an end. And while the women’s soccer team’s season is by no means over, the Bulldogs could not save […]

Vball tames Killer Ps in pair of sweeps

The University of Pennsylvania was a sad place for Eli faithful on Saturday, when the football team lost big at Franklin Field. But Yale fans […]

New collaboration will benefit research

Already a member of the Ancient Eight, Yale is taking steps this fall to join another select confederation of universities, this one spanning the globe. […]

Technology morphs campus classroom

While the geology and geophysics course “Natural Hazards” was in years past filled with note-taking, the scene is a bit different this semester. “Imagine seeing […]