New common app sparks criticism

A recent slew of changes to the college application process has left many students and their counselors unhappy.

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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.

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Steady yield rate for Class of 2017

Out of a pool of nearly 30,000 applicants to Yale, 2,031 were accepted and 1,360 chose to come to campus this fall.

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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.

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Quinlan backs Delaware efforts to expand college access

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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.

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Yale comes third in U.S. News rankings

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Yale sets sights on low-income outreach

In the last five years, Yale’s Admissions Office has aimed to recruit high-achieving students from low-income backgrounds.

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Annual career fair canceled

After 12 years, the annual career fair will no longer be a fixture of the fall semester at Yale.

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Campus summer programming broadens

More than 1,000 undergraduates and non-Yale students returned to the classroom this summer for Yale Summer Session.

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Class of 2017 boasts socioeconomic, racial diversity

Amid soaring application counts each year, one trait that holds steady in Yale admissions is the diversity of the University’s incoming class.

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Buckley Program acquires historic mansion

In January, the William H. Taft Mansion will have a renewed political presence by serving as the permanent home of Yale’s Buckley Program.

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