Brenzel reflects on career
When Levin first asked Brenzel to take charge of the Admissions Office in 2005, Brenzel said he was extremely hesitant. He
Summer bridge program finalized
Roughly 30 incoming freshmen will head to campus this summer for a bridge program aimed at helping them transition to Yale.
UCS, Dwight Hall build on their collaboration
After Undergraduate Career Services opened its satellite office in Dwight Hall last month, the two organizations have decided to join forces to bring a broad range of career-related services closer to students.
Rushdie recounts life in hiding
On the morning of Valentine’s Day in 1989, Salman Rushdie woke to the news that an entire region of the world wanted him dead.
Supreme Court accepts race case
For decades, university administrators across the country have contested the use of affirmative action in college admissions.