Kerry challenges graduates to address world’s needs
Amid fanfare and fancy hats, Class Day speaker and Secretary of State John Kerry ’66 challenged members of the Class of 2014 to use their educations to combat problems faced by America and the world at large with courage and integrity.
New pool on Yale’s list
A committee of Yale swimming alumni has reached an agreement with the University to add a new pool to Yale’s list of capital projects.
Architecture design winner chosen
First-year graduate students at the School of Architecture will trade their sketches for shovels and begin constructing a home on 179 Scranton St.
Yale reaches out before Bulldog Days
In the lead up to Bulldog Days the office is continuing to expand and develop new online initiatives to reach out to prospective students.
Student debt trends down
On average, Yale seniors preparing for graduation in May face less student debt than their predecessors a decade ago.
UCS offers last-minute guidance
As the job hunt reaches peak season, Undergraduate Career Services is making one final push to advise students from the class of 2014 before they graduate.
Yale outreach hits home
Although no official data exists tracking the number of New Haven Public School students who are accepted to Yale each year, numerous individuals involved in the admissions process say they have noticed a rise in local admits.