The latest installment of “The Game” brought almost 400 alumni, faculty, students and their guests to the Yale Bowl on November 17. A lunch of New England clam chowder, hot dogs, chicken breasts, steak burgers, veggie burgers and five-year kettle beans, served by Dean David Kessler, preceded the game. Despite high spirits and splendid weather, the game ended in a loss, as Harvard’s football team trounced Yale, 35-23.
At “the game”
At "the game"
orge Galvez, a first-year medical student, escorted Clara Saldarriaga, a medical student from Medellin, Colombia, who was at Yale for a cardiology rotation. Anya Szeglin Enriquez, scheduled to graduate next year, with her daughter, Acadia, and husband, Louie, a fourth-year medical student. John Forrest, director of student research, and Ombudswoman and Associate Dean Merle Waxman cheered the team. John Muller, from the Class of 1991, brought his wife, Suzanne, and their three children, Carolyn, John and James, to the game.