Residential colleges contractor likely sealed
The bid to construct Yale’s two new residential colleges — the most lucrative construction project in Connecticut’s recent memory — will likely go to a contractor with an office in New Haven.
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.
After MSA email, confusion
Organizations including the Slifka Center, Yale Friends of Israel (YFI), and the Yale Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) said they did not grant MSA explicit permission to use their names.
Investments Office addresses climate change
Two weeks ago, when the Yale Corporation’s Committee on Investor Responsibility (CCIR) voted not to divest the University’s holdings from fossil fuel companies, Chief Investment Officer David Swensen sent a letter to all of Yale’s active external investment managers.
Faculty scrutinize West Campus growth
Science Hill faculty grappling with budget cuts and deficits have turned their magnifying glasses towards a plot of land ten miles away: West Campus.