Yale lacks clarity on employee email monitoring
Through its acceptable use policy and a statute outlined by the state, Yale can legally access employee email accounts — in specific instances, without the consent of the user.
As open online courses evolve, Yale remains cautious
As more and more universities dive into the marketplace for massive open online courses, Yale remains tepid in its embrace of the medium. Known as MOOCs, these courses have exploded in popularity in recent years, with institutions around the country from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to the U.S. State Department taking a role in »
Local 35 union reelects leaders
Less than a week before New Haven’s mayoral election, in which union endorsements have played a major role, Yale’s Unite Here Local 35 union elected a new executive board.
New colleges push toward $500 million goal
One month after a $250 million gift jump-started the development of Yale’s two new residential colleges, the University is working to close the gap to its $500 million fundraising goal.
With new president, Yale looks to Africa
When Peter Salovey said the word “Africa” in his inaugural speech, it was the first time any Yale president had mentioned the continent in a high-profile address.