FOOTBALL: Eiselen closes out ascendant college career

Earlier this year, nearly 3,000 miles away, many of the best seniors in the country gathered in one of the most revered football stadiums in […]

Tom Steyer ’79: From a soccer walk-on to team captain

Decades before he stood on the stage of recent Democratic presidential debate in Iowa, Tom Steyer ’79 was giving his all on the field for […]

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Aerial Chavarin ’20 goes pro

Forward Aerial Chavarin ’20 will trade Yale for the Chicago Red Stars following graduation, after the club drafted her in the fourth round of the […]

College football’s best honored in New Haven

The legends of both collegiate and professional football — including national champion LSU’s head coach Ed Orgeron, quarterback Joe Burrow and NFL superstar Von Miller […]

Students go to spring training (learning)

As Yale students continue shopping for classes, one syllabus stands out for its diverse inclusion of classics like Jane Austen’s “Emma,” Homer’s “Iliad” and, perhaps […]

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Holly Hein named new assistant coach

Holly Hein has been named the new assistant coach for the Yale women’s soccer team and is expected to start training with the team as […]

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Yale appoints new head women’s soccer coach

Following the departure of Brendan Faherty, Sarah Martinez will assume the position of head coach of the women’s soccer team, effective immediately. Two weeks prior, […]

CROSS COUNTRY: DeLay dominates 2019 season

Sprinting across the finish line in first place at the HEPS Championships this November, Kayley DeLay ’21 cemented a momentous season, building upon past successes. […]

VOLLEYBALL: Bittersweet ending concludes volleyball season

While a defeat at Princeton for the Yale women’s volleyball team stripped the Bulldogs of an NCAA tournament bid, the Blue and White have much […]

MEN’S SOCCER: Elis fall to Boston College

A historic season is in the books for the Yale men’s soccer team after winning the Ivy League and going on to compete in the […]

EISENBERG: The Scourge of ’68

It may not have the same ring as “break their arms, break their knees, we have higher SATs” or “that’s all right, that’s ok, you’re […]