Relations strained between dining workers, managers
When Yale Dining workers gathered around a copy of a letter — submitted in the form of a paid advertisement to the News — bemoaning recent changes in the dining halls yesterday, a manager threw the letter out.
City jobs at stake in colleges’ contracts
In deciding who will do its construction work, the University has the power to determine which businesses will benefit from some of the most lucrative construction contracts in recent state history.
Political currents sway language enrollment
Enrollment in first-year Russian language courses is up approximately 30 percent from last year, forcing the department to open an additional section to accommodate the bump.