YLS launches new recruitment efforts
Students from around Yale interested in applying to Yale Law School can attend the institution’s first “Meet an Admissions Officer Day” next Thursday.
Supreme Court declines to hear Zedillo suit
A prolonged lawsuit alleging human rights abuses against Ernesto Zedillo GRD ’81, head of the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization and the former president of Mexico, has come to a decisive close.
Ebola researchers remain in Liberia
The two public health graduate students researching Ebola in Liberia since Sept. 16 will remain there for the foreseeable future.
Lit 120 experiments with new structure
This semester, one of the gateway courses to the Literature major — Introduction to Narrative, commonly known at Lit 120 — is undergoing substantial changes.
Ebola researchers to sequester themselves
Two graduate student researchers at the Yale School of Public Health preparing to return from Liberia have agreed to sequester themselves for three weeks in case they have contracted Ebola.
YCC forms sexual health task force
As sexual climates at universities have come under national scrutiny, the Yale College Council has shifted its attention to the issue.
JE alumni return for reunion
This weekend marked Jonathan Edwards’s first college-wide reunion, which hosted events including a panel discussion, a PowerPoint presentation of the college through the years, a dinner in Commons and a swing dance.
Grad school expands interdisciplinary study
Over the last several months, two new programs have been introduced at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences with the aim of making the experiences of graduate students in the humanities more interdisciplinary.