University

Job search begins for worried seniors

September 16, 2002 • 0
As seniors begin contemplating their post-Yale plans, tweaking their resumes and considering their options, the world after May 26, 2003, seems a bit uncertain. “There certainly is a sense of panic,” Noah Glass ’03 said before running off to an appointment at Undergraduate Career Services. Melissa Blakeley ’03 explained it simply: “Everybody’s freaking out.” Despite »
Opinion

Out of the Yale gates

June 30, 2002 • 0
Not many people choose to come to Yale because of New Haven. Unlike that school up North, poor Yale has to attract students based on its own merits, not how good the shopping is. Yet during their first year on campus, few students will even feel they have time to explore New Haven beyond Old »
University

Yale’s first classes of women look back

February 20, 2002 • 1
Thirty-one years ago the women of the class of 1971 became the first to graduate from Yale College. Although Yale admitted women to its graduate schools starting in 1892, Yale College was strictly male until 1968 when, despite loud opposition from many alumni, Yale admitted a total of 588 women. For many women being admitted »