Steven Siegel
Men’s tennis shows talent

By the numbers, Brandon Wai ’07 is the best men’s tennis player in the Ivy League. Ranked 51st in the country, best in the Ancient […]

Group seeks campaign finance reform

A group of 20 Yale students traveled to the state capitol in Hartford on Tuesday to lobby representatives and senators at a special session on […]

Police confirm Sunday night shooting

The Yale Police Department confirmed reports of a shooting at midnight on Sunday near Park and Chapel Streets, the first such crime in several weeks, […]

Webmail changes get mixed reviews

When Yalies woke up Saturday, they encountered at least one significant change to their morning routines — a revamped Webmail system. Yale Information and Technology […]

Shots heard on Park

Witnesses reported hearing a series of shots around midnight Sunday at the intersection of Park and Chapel Streets and at least one person, a male […]

Young Elis will deal with Dartmouth

With freshmen seeing more playing time lately, one could say the Yale men’s soccer team is green. But the team’s victory over the Crimson last […]

Gambling linked to depression

For many, an occasional hand of online poker or a trip to the casino will only hurt their wallets. But some Yale doctors said new […]

Trial sophomore committee aims for class unity

With the creation of a sophomore class committee last week, ’08ers seeking class unity may have a new forum for their ideas. Members of the […]

Geiger ’08 secures spot in net

The last line of defense on the men’s soccer team seems to be filled — for now. Despite earlier uncertainty about which of three contenders […]

Sheehan’s rally comes to Elm City

After protesting for a month outside President George W. Bush’s vacation ranch in Crawford, Tex., Cindy Sheehan brought her “Bring Them Home Now” bus tour […]

Former U.N. inspector denounces war

On Sept. 3, 1998, Scott Ritter sat in front of a joint hearing of two Senate committees speaking as a witness on U.S. policy on […]