NEWS ANALYSIS: A renovation to reaffirm the humanities
In considering the transformation of the Hall of Graduate Studies into a central home for the humanities starting in 2017, the University — historically known as a humanities-focused institution — appears poised to reaffirm its emphasis on the liberal arts.
After 7 years, Yale Biology Building plans changed
Nearly seven years after the global financial crisis put a halt to construction on a new Yale Biology Building, the University has scrapped previous plans for the building — along with the millions of dollars already spent in architectural designs and site preparation — and opted to move the building to another location.
University adds email security measures
In an attempt to improve cybersecurity at the University, Yale Information Technology Services has introduced an additional security screening to all incoming Yale emails.
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.