Konowaloff claims ownership of Night Cafe, again

January 29, 2015 • 0
“The Night Cafe,” the painting Yale University Art Gallery Chief Curator Laurence Kanter called one of Vincent Van Gogh’s most “personal and profound achievements,” is yet again the subject of an international legal dispute.

Classes canceled as blizzard slams into coast

January 26, 2015 • 0
With a blizzard of “historic” proportions bearing down in the Northeast, Yale classes have been canceled due to snow.

New Haven public service attracts recent graduates

January 23, 2015 • 0
When Caroline Smith ’14 met with New Haven Director of Transportation, Traffic and Parking Doug Hausladen ’04 earlier this month to talk about developing alternative modes of transportation in the city, she did not expect a casual comment about a potential Elm City “bike month” to spur a new city initiative.

In small Swiss town of Davos, Salovey huddles with world leaders

January 20, 2015 • 0
The permanent population of Davos, Switzerland stands at just over a modest 11,000. Dating back to the early 1200s, the city has little more to offer beyond glistening ski slopes, an acclaimed hockey team and a few hotels.

Student injured in fall from Bingham Hall

January 20, 2015 • 0
A Calhoun freshman was admitted to Yale-New Haven Hospital Monday afternoon with injuries sustained in a fall from the fourth floor of Bingham Hall, a freshman dormitory on Old Campus.

Former Yale Security employee alleges gender discrimination

January 16, 2015 • 0
A lawsuit currently pending against the University is alleging widespread gender discrimination within the ranks of Yale Security, a claim reminiscent of complaints from other Yale Security employees.

Charles Johnson ’54 accused of defrauding $150 million from investor’s heir

January 15, 2015 • 0
Charles Johnson ’54, former chairman of the mutual fund Franklin Resources and the largest single-gift donor in Yale’s history, has been accused of helping to defraud the heir of one of Franklin Resources’ earliest investors of $150 million, The New York Times reported Wednesday afternoon.

One year in, Bagley suit moving closer to trial

January 14, 2015 • 0
More than a year after former School of Management professor Constance Bagley filed suit against the University alleging gender and age discrimination, her case is steadily inching towards trial.

After 11 months, Navalny leaves house arrest

January 12, 2015 • 0
In the five years since Alexey Navalny’s time as a Yale World Fellow, he has run for mayor of Moscow, emerged as President Vladimir Putin’s most recognized domestic antagonist and avoided prison time for criminal embezzlement widely viewed as the Kremlin’s political revenge.

White House college rating system draws criticism

January 12, 2015 • 0
The Obama administration’s first draft of a federally backed college performance rating system was released Dec. 19, but the Department of Education admitted that limited data and the project’s complexity mean there is still work to be done.

Grad School to fund sixth year for humanities, social science students

December 16, 2014 • 0
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences will provide PhD candidates in humanities and social sciences with a sixth year of funding through teaching positions or an equivalent stipend starting in the 2015–16 academic year.

Lorimer, who pushed Yale online and abroad, to depart

December 3, 2014 • 0
Linda Lorimer, a powerful vice president who shaped the University over the course of more than three decades, will step down in April 2015.