Jonathan Schell, thinker on peace, dies

Jonathan Schell, a visiting lecturer at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs and a prominent critic of nuclear weapons, died Tuesday.

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UCS international housing no longer mandatory

For the first time since Undergraduate Career Services began sponsoring international internships, participating students will have the option to arrange their own housing this summer.

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Cost of attending Yale to increase 4 percent

The University announced a $59,800 undergraduate bill for the 2014-’15 academic year on Thursday, up from this year’s $57,500.

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Princeton students lobby for clean slate in college applications

One post by the SPEAR organization on their website added that the admissions office’s consideration of an applicant’s criminal history was not only unfair but diminished the diversity of Princeton’s student body.

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New SAT seeks to level playing field

Starting in the spring of 2016, the new SAT test will return to the 1600-point scale, among other changes.

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Uganda programs on hold

Following the passage of anti-gay legislation in Uganda, Yale has suspended all sponsorship, credit and funding for undergraduate summer activities in that country.

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Bloomberg to speak at Harvard Commencement

Bloomberg’s commencement speech is slated for May 29.

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Reading period extended

Next year students will have one more day to finish their final papers.

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Yale clarifies financial aid requirements

The Financial Aid Office changed its website’s instructions after a congressman accused the University of misleading applicants.

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Financial literacy workshops expand

Yale students past and present are learning to balance their budgets.

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Light Fellowship distribution remains steady

For Yalies, Richard U. Light Fellowship program provides a major incentive for studying Chinese, Japanese or Korean.

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YEI, students build Yale startup culture

A rising number of Yale students are choosing to spend their first years after college building a business or working for a small startup company.

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