Yale scientists probe gender gap
Thirteen years into the new millennium, progress in hiring and retention of female science professors remains stubbornly slow.
Ivy League sees strong returns
Several years after the financial crisis cost Yale roughly a quarter of its endowment, the future seems promising for Ivy League schools.
Committee plans for influx of students
With two new colleges slated for completion in 2017, faculty and administrators have begun planning for the first major increase in student enrollment in four decades.
Colleges to open in 2017
Provost Benjamin Polak announced Monday that the university plans to break ground on the colleges in Feb. 2015.
Police probe Saybrook laundry incident
In the past several weeks, an unknown individual or group, who students have dubbed the ‘poopetrator,’ has repeatedly defecated in students’ laundry.
Latin honor cutoffs inch toward 4.0
The grade cutoff needed to graduate with Yale’s highest level of academic distinction rose slightly for the fourth straight year.
Language program enters second year
Launched last fall, a University initiative that allows students to study obscure languages like Classical Tibetan, Dutch and isiZulu is grappling with low student interest.