Looking to UChicago, students question financial aid policies
At a Yale College Council-sponsored forum on financial aid last month, Director of Financial Aid Caesar Storlazzi admitted to having never heard of a dramatic expansion of financial aid at the University of Chicago, a move that many students have called on Yale to emulate.
Freshman scholar program expands
Freshman Scholars at Yale, a program that brings a small cohort of incoming freshmen to the University each summer, is expanding to its largest size yet.
Four Yalies receive the Rhodes
Yale students took home four of the 32 Rhodes Scholarships awarded to Americans this year, topping every other college in the country.
Harvard suit questions race’s place in Ivy admissions
On Monday, a student, now a member of Students for Fair Admissions Inc., filed a lawsuit against Harvard for employing “racially and ethnically discriminatory policies and procedures” during the undergraduate admissions process.
Alumni assembly focuses on entrepreneurship
Nearly 500 alumni flooded campus on Thursday for a weekend of lectures, fireside chats and presentations that showcased the entrepreneurial pursuits of Yale graduates.
Startup fair attempts to recruit students
The Startup Networking Fair, in its second year, is an effort by the Office of Career Strategy to connect students with employers and alumni at startups from around the globe.
More students pursued pay, research, OCS survey reveals
According to a new report published by the Office of Career Strategy, more students flocked to paid internships last summer than in years past — but only a handful of these positions were in finance and consulting.