Yale receives $10 million for Chinese financial aid
After months of negotiations, the University has received a $10 million donation, earmarked for financial aid, intended to help admitted students from low-incomes Chinese families obtain a Yale education.
GESO protest fails to sway administration
The cheers of around 1,000 supporters of the Graduate Employee and Students Organization could be heard from blocks away as they marched towards Woodbridge Hall on Tuesday evening. Their destination: Woodbridge Hall.
Hundreds demand union in GESO protest
Hundreds of students, union workers and city and state representatives protested this evening demanding that Yale allow graduate students to unionize.
Retired local 35 member protests union leadership
Yesterday, a year and a half into his retirement, Tom Gaudioso was back on Yale’s campus, this time to protest the very union and university to which he dedicated almost his entire adult life.
Ebola scare ends with negative test
After local, state and federal health officials scrambled to address a possible case of Ebola, they found that the disease has not yet spread to the Elm City.
Police lack leads in swastika incident
Two days after students discovered swastikas outside Durfee Hall on Old Campus, the Yale Police Department is continuing its investigation into the incident — but leads remain elusive.
Swastikas drawn on Old Campus
Three swastikas were drawn outside of Durfee Hall on Old Campus Sunday evening, according to an email from Yale College Dean Jonathan Holloway sent to the Yale Community late Monday evening.