Bloomberg Businessweek’s ranking of MBA programs once again listed Yale’s at 21st.

SOM ranking holds steady

December 5, 2012 • 0
Dean Edward Snyder was not surprised by SOM’s spot on Bloomberg Businessweek’s biennial ranking of full-time U.S. MBA programs.

AAUP criticizes Yale-NUS

December 5, 2012 • 0
The American Association of University Professors issued a statement Tuesday to express “a growing concern” regarding the establishment of Yale-NUS.
Chee Soon Juan, secretary-general of the Singapore Democratic Party, urged Yale to not become complicit with the ruling People’s Action Party’s restrictions on campus freedom.

Singaporean opposition leaders challenge Yale-NUS

December 3, 2012 • 0
Singaporean opposition leaders challenged the establishment of Yale-NUS at a panel discussion in Sheffield-Sterling-Strathcona Hall Friday afternoon.

Yale-NUS looks to seniors for fellowship

November 28, 2012 • 0
Yale-NUS is now accepting applications from Yale seniors interested in becoming dean’s fellows at the college.
The School of Management is spearheading sustainability initiatives in conjunction with the Divinity School and the Environment School.

SOM leads sustainability efforts

November 27, 2012 • 0
Three professional schools have used their physical proximity to organize environmentally friendly projects.
Professor Lynette Chua of the National University of Singapore gave a narrative account of gay rights in Singapore in a Wednesday lecture.

NUS professor addresses gay rights

November 1, 2012 • 4
Despite having a human rights record that has faced significant criticism, Singapore has been developing a grassroots gay rights movement since the 1990s. In a lecture entitled “Singapore’s Gay Rights Movement: Past, Present and Future,” Lynette Chua, an assistant professor of law at the National University of Singapore, spoke about the evolution of the gay »
Gregory Sterling was officially appointed dean of the Divinity School in Marquand Chapel in the Divinity School Quadrangle on Tuesday afternoon.

Sterling appointed Divinity School dean

October 24, 2012 • 1
In a ceremony featuring both formal speeches and prayers, Gregory Sterling was officially appointed dean of the Divinity School Tuesday afternoon. Approximately 150 people gathered to witness the event, which took place in Marquand Chapel in the Divinity School Quadrangle and included a worship service and a speech by University President Richard Levin. During the »

Sterling articulates Divinity School vision

October 22, 2012 • 1
As he awaits his inauguration this Tuesday, Divinity School Dean Gregory Sterling has already started to implement his vision for the school. Sterling, who served as the dean of the University of Notre Dame’s Graduate School before he assumed leadership of the Divinity School in August 2012, said his plans for the school focus on »
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg spoke about recent rulings at a Davenport Master’s Tea Thursday.

Ginsburg reflects on career

October 22, 2012 • 0
Through a mix of personal anecdotes and legal case analysis, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg reflected on her role in shaping the U.S. legal system at a Friday afternoon talk. Ginsburg, who was introduced by Yale Law School Dean Robert Post, took part in an hour-long discussion with Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and Yale Law »

Students divided over Yale-NUS, YCC survey says

October 18, 2012 • 1
Two years after Yale rolled out plans to build a liberal arts college with the National University of Singapore, the first formal poll assessing student opinion on the venture reveals a divided student body. Of the students who responded to the question asking “How should the next Yale University President approach Yale’s international presence?” on »

Yale-NUS develops student group policies

October 10, 2012 • 4
When members of the inaugural Yale-NUS class open their student handbooks next August, they will find specific rules pertaining to political life on campus. The Yale-NUS Board of Governors voted at a meeting last month to accept a set of policies proposed by Pericles Lewis, president of the Singaporean liberal arts college, that will prevent »
At Viva’s, students participate in discussion led by CCEs about issues that seniors face in their final year at Yale.

CCEs talk sexual climate creatively

October 4, 2012 • 6
“Tequila ginger ale,” Chloe Drimal ’13 said. “Or just tequila.” Three other seniors seated around Drimal at a long table in the back room of Viva Zapata Bar agreed with a laugh, as more students in the room shouted out the names of their favorite alcoholic beverages. But unlike a typical group of friends chatting »