2019 by the numbers: Keeping faith at Yale
Each year, the rich chords of religious music and the holy verses of religious rhetoric welcome the incoming class at the Freshman Assembly. For some students, these traditions make the event a comforting opening to the year. For others, the prominence of faith is jarring, or even inappropriate amid the University’s non-religious mission.
Belitsky apologizes for botched PA program
Despite an unsuccessful attempt in the spring, the Yale School of Medicine may move forward with its plan to create an online Physician Associate program, Medical School Deputy Dean of Education Richard Belitsky announced at a Friday town hall.
State budget spells trouble for YNHHS
As Gov. Dannel Malloy’s July budget approaches the end of its first fiscal quarter, employees of the Yale-New Haven Health System expect and are bracing themselves for further expenditure cuts.