UCS: Not everyone wants a job in finance

February 13, 2006
With less than one semester left in my Yale career, I would like to offer some thoughts on the often chaotic struggle to find employment after graduation. I would like to suggest that the job search process and the apparatus that facilitates it — Undergraduate Career Services — are slightly skewed towards certain kinds of »

Athletes and non-athletes clash at Yale

November 9, 2005
In the article “Ivy League Promotes Brains and Brawn,” (10/13) Nick Baumann responds to an article by Jessamyn Blau that argues recruited athletes should not have a privileged admissions status. Baumann’s position is that Yale (and the Ivy League in general) does a good job of admitting competent student-athletes. In general, I agree. The Ivy »