Corp ‘teas’ garner little interest
Last week, the University announced a significant effort to connect the Yale Corporation to students by setting up small forums for discussion between the two parties.
Africa initiative progresses
Four months after Salovey’s address, the University’s expanded commitment to the continent has come into clearer focus.
Campus weathers snow
Winter Storm Pax left the campus picturesquely but inconveniently blanketed in heavy snow.
Yale weighs decanal structures
While Yale examines other schools’ models, administrators emphasized that the University will need to focus on what works best for itself.
YIRA email sparks controversy
In a Tuesday night email to several hundred active members of the Yale International Relations Association (YIRA), the organization’s executive board alleged its former president misallocated YIRA funds.
New colleges spur naming guessing game
With two new residential colleges comes two new names. The naming responsibility belongs solely to the Yale Corporation with no formal role to administrators, faculty or students.
Yale Corp lacks ties to students
Although it is responsible for the long-term vision and viability of Yale, the Corporation maintains a minimal presence on campus.
Dahl’s legacy remembered
Robert Dahl GRD ’40, the man considered by many to be the father of modern political science, died yesterday. He was 98.
Dean search waiting on Corporation
Students and faculty anticipating the announcement of the new Yale College and Graduate School deans should not hold their breath.