Morse, Berkeley to pilot new degree audit program
Starting this month, all Berkeley and Morse college students will have the opportunity to pilot Yale Degree Audit, a new online system designed to track students’ progress toward a bachelor’s degree by showing which graduation requirements their classes have fulfilled.
Yale incorporates new laws in sexual misconduct policy
As college campuses nationwide adapt their policies on sexual misconduct to new federal and state legislation, Yale is working to incorporate the new guidelines into an already established network of resources.
Despite first place for history, critics of rankings abound
According to the latest USA Today rankings, Yale’s history major is the best in the country. The magazine’s 2014 rankings, released on Oct. 6, gave the department first place, surpassing rival institutions such as Harvard, Princeton and Columbia.
Plagiarism, academic dishonesty explained
As incidents of plagiarism have risen on campus, Yale College Dean Jonathan Holloway reminded students last week that academic dishonesty can often be unintentional.
Artspace celebrates New Haven art
Hundreds of New Haven students, artists and art-lovers gathered Friday evening to mingle over free kombucha and discuss the 363 works that were put on display to celebrate the city’s vibrant arts scene.
‘Our Town’ Brings Community Together
To open its 50th season, New Haven’s Long Wharf Theatre will stage a production that aims to draw participation from the entire New Haven community.
Artist-scholar talks cloud paintings
A Tuesday talk at the Yale Center for British Art used an unorthodox approach to bridge a historical gap between 19th century paintings and modern day sculpture.
YCBA curator challenges notions of sculpture
Martina Droth, associate director of research and curator of sculpture at the Yale Center for British Art, challenged conventional categorizations of sculpture in a Tuesday lecture at the Center.
Slifka exhibit celebrates ethnic features
The Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale’s first exhibit of the semester aims to celebrate ethnic features that have historically been portrayed in a negative light.
Author talks female empowerment
Suzanne Palmieri advised women on how to break the metaphorical glass that limits them both personally and professionally.
Slifka exhibit focuses on spring
This week, a new exhibit at the Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale will usher viewers into the spring season.