New common app sparks criticism
A recent slew of changes to the college application process has left many students and their counselors unhappy.
Silliman dean to step down
Hugh Flick, who has been a fixture of his college’s community for more than two decades, will step down from his position at the end of the academic year.
Ivies encourage low-income applicants
The Yale Admissions Office has partnered with the state of Delaware to increase the amount of college preparation resources available to students living there.
Symplicity draws mixed response
As students log online to peruse career opportunities for the summer or year, they may face a stark white page that is utterly unfamiliar.
Annual career fair canceled
After 12 years, the annual career fair will no longer be a fixture of the fall semester at Yale.