Benefits level playing field for gays

Staff Column

MLK Day off is confusing and lacks meaning

Staff Column

Language education must be higher priority

Staff Column

Identity group should not be confused with political views

Staff Column

Readmission must be fair after withdrawl

Guest Column

Athletics injure Yale’s academic purpose

Guest Column

Suits threaten file sharers

The Recording Industry Association of America continued its crackdown on copyright infringement Monday with 261 lawsuits against Internet users accused of illegal file sharing. Yale officials, in anticipation of the RIAA’s legal campaign, notified students who are targets of complaints this year and began briefing freshmen on copyright infringement as part of computer orientation sessions. […]

University

Yale shuffles labor negotiations team

Capping off a year of administrative shake-ups, Yale this summer saw several more major changes in its top ranks, including in the University’s labor-relations team. Former Yale Vice President for Finance and Administration Robert Culver, who oversaw negotiations with Yale’s unions, was replaced by Yale Vice President of New Haven and State Affairs Bruce Alexander. […]

University

As strike continues, picket lines greet freshmen

Yale freshmen received an unusual reception as they arrived on campus Friday, greeted not only by freshmen counselors and move-in crews, but also by picketing University workers. To the tune of tambourines, drums, and megaphones, members of the class of 2007 arrived on the third day of a strike by members of Yale’s two largest […]

University

Investigators scour Law School for clues following bombing

Investigators began gathering evidence at the Yale Law School Thursday to determine more about the bomb that partially destroyed two rooms in the building Wednesday, State Police Lt. Col. Edward Lynch said at a press conference. The building has been secured as an official crime scene, and Lynch said officials will likely have more information […]

University

Provost’s Office gets two new deputies

A year of changes in the Yale Provost’s Office will come to an end this July when two new deputy provosts replace Pierre Hohenberg and Diana Kleiner. Chemistry chairman Andrew Hamilton will join the provost’s office as deputy provost for science and technology, replacing Deputy Provost for Science and Technology Hohenberg. Barbara Shailor, director of […]

University

ACIR hears criticism of Yale’s links to Israel

At the Yale Advisory Committee on Investor Responsibility’s open meeting Tuesday, four ACIR members faced student criticism about Yale’s investment policies. The ACIR members answered general questions about Yale’s investments and listened to a student presentation on Yale’s investment in Israeli military-related stocks. ACIR chairman William Goetzmann also discussed the role of the ACIR in […]

University