A separately endowed department of the University, the Yale University Press primarily publishes academic books about art,
history, science, religion, philosophy, psychology and languages.

Yale University Press adapts to digital age

October 31, 2013
As digital media creates new challenges for traditional print sources, the Yale University Press is striving to adapt to a new era.
Though construction of the new residential colleges along Prospect Street has long been stalled, the project received a boost yesterday with the announcement of the largest gift in Yale's history

$250 million gift propels growth of new colleges

October 1, 2013
On Monday, Yale announced a $250 million gift that propels the University closer to its fundraising goal for two new residential colleges.

School desegregation under-enforced

September 18, 2013
The State Department of Education found that Hartford students enrolled in desegregated magnet and suburban schools performed substantially better than their peers in neighborhood Hartford schools.

CT lawmakers favor diplomacy in Syria

September 12, 2013
Connecticut’s congressional delegation, skeptical of President Barack Obama’s planned military strike against Syria, welcomed his proposal to delay a Senate vote on the strike.