New colleges will have doubles, more students
With less than a year to go before Yale breaks ground on its two new residential colleges, the University has decided to alter its design plans — adding more than 50 new beds and replacing some singles with doubles.
Yale Corporation delays divestment decision
The Yale Corporation Committee on Investor Responsibility (CCIR) has decided to delay its decision on whether the University should divest its assets from fossil fuel companies.
Meeske to step down
John Meeske ’74, associate dean for student organizations and physical resources, will step down from his post this summer.
Budget cuts concern employees
Nearly six months after the University announced a $39 million deficit, recent budget cuts and layoffs have worn on many of Yale’s faculty and staff.
Layoffs rise with budget woes
In an effort to reduce its $39 million deficit, the University is implementing increased administrative staff layoffs.