Ivy early apps soar
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Ivy early apps soar

December 12, 2012 • 0
Early applications for the class of 2017 to most Ivy League schools are more competitive than ever, keeping within the trend of the past decade.
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University rolls out alcohol initiatives

December 12, 2012 • 0
In an effort to create a safe environment on campus, Yale administrators are forming two groups to address alcohol and drug use among students.
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Universities nationwide reconsider standardized tests

December 6, 2012 • 0
Colleges and universities across the country are increasingly ridding their applications of a standardized testing requirement.
Larry Alexander ’72 passed away from a blood disorder at age 62.
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Alexander remembered for dedicated teaching

December 4, 2012 • 0
Larry Alexander ’72, a Massachusetts state representative who dedicated his political career to improving public service, passed away due to complications relating to a blood disorder in Boston on Nov. 6.
Despite Ivy League decrease, national average admissions rate holds steady
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National admissions rate holds steady

December 4, 2012 • 0
Most American universities’ acceptance rates have actually remained fairly noncompetitive as the college admissions cycle kicks off for the class of 2017.
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Rhodes delegation looks to Oxford

November 21, 2012 • 0
Though the seven Yalies each received the same award, their interests are varied, ranging from neuroscience to urban health.
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Early applications rise

November 16, 2012 • 0
Yale received a total of 4,514 early applications for the Class of 2017 — a roughly 4.4 percent increase from last year.
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STAY restructures leadership

November 14, 2012 • 8
After a summer of organizational rearrangement, Students and Alumni of Yale has slimmed down its leadership structure this semester to increase efficiency.
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Retired profs offer alumni classes

November 12, 2012 • 0
For six weeks in a small downstairs room of the Rose Alumni House, retired English professor Traugott Lawler has led a weekly discussion with an enthusiastic group of Yale alumni and their family members on “The Canterbury Tales.” Lawler, a professor emeritus of the English Department, is one of a handful of retired professors who »
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First snowfall blankets campus

November 8, 2012 • 0
Students awoke Wednesday morning to a bright sky and clear walkways. But around 10:00 a.m., flecks of snow began to drift onto campus — increasing to a winter deluge that left lawns and sidewalks covered in wet mush. The first snow of the season did not disrupt Yale classes, but several campus events and extracurricular »
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AYA targets local alumni

November 7, 2012 • 0
For the graduates of the Class of 2012 who chose to stay in Connecticut after Commencement last May, opportunities to reconnect with Yale may come sooner than their five-year reunion. The Association of Yale Alumni is creating the Young Alumni Council of Connecticut, an initiative that will invite alumni in Connecticut who graduated from any »
Timothy Dwight Dean Jeffrey Brenzel has expressed interest in writing about changing admissions practices in higher education.
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Brenzel to step down as admissions dean

November 1, 2012 • 783
A new class of bright-eyed freshmen will step onto Yale’s campus for the first time next fall. But this class will be the last that Jeffrey Brenzel, dean of undergraduate admissions for the last seven years, will ever help select. In a Wednesday afternoon email, Brenzel announced that he will step down as dean of »