Gunshots reported near York and Tower
Gunshots were reported in the vicinity of Toad’s Place, at 300 York St., at roughly 1 a.m. Wednesday morning, but conflicting reports have emerged.
Gap in benefits cause for concern
The funds that Yale has reserved to cover future pensions and retiree health benefits are estimated to be hundreds of millions of dollars short.
News Analysis: Who has Salovey’s ear?
The departure of Linda Lorimer, Yale’s vice president for global and strategic initiatives and one of the most influential administrators at the University, signals a sea-change in the upper echelons of the Yale administration.
Amid criticism, Yale stands by Schmidheiny
Although Swiss billionaire Stephan Schmidheiny emerged victorious from a prolonged court battle, faculty and experts maintain that Yale should rescind his 1996 honorary degree.
Diversity report may spur change
Nine months after an external review found Yale to be lacking in faculty and administrative diversity, the University appears to be seriously considering the review’s recommendations.
Purview of new FAS senate outlined
Nine months after its creation, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Senate Implementation Committee has outlined the potential authority of the new FAS Senate.