Levin received $8.5 million payout

May 20, 2015
Former University President Richard Levin received an additional $8.5 million payout from Yale after his retirement.

Donation will transform Commons into “world-class campus center” by 2020

With a $150 million donation from Blackstone founder Stephen Schwarzman ’69, Yale has committed to a comprehensive renovation of Commons that will transform it into a hub for student life.

Hudak, spirited Saybrugian and CS prof, succumbs to cancer

April 30, 2015
After a nearly six-year battle with leukemia, Paul Hudak, professor of computer science and master of Saybrook College, died last night surrounded by his family. He was 62 years old.

Holloway announces comprehensive reforms of withdrawal and readmission policies

April 28, 2015
After months of controversy, Yale College has committed to comprehensive reforms of its withdrawal and readmission policies — some of which will go into effect immediately.

Alcohol office set for expansion

April 24, 2015
Yale is devoting more resources and staff toward efforts to evaluate drinking culture and promote healthier habits among students.

University plans new wellness website amid focus on mental health

April 22, 2015
This fall, the University is expected to launch a comprehensive “wellness” website that centralizes information on mental health, spiritual well-being and clinical care.

Title IX Steering Committee promises changes following YCC, Women’s Center report

April 22, 2015
The Yale College Council and Yale Women’s Center released a joint report Tuesday afternoon on the state of sexual misconduct policies and procedures at Yale.

Yale commits to renovating cultural houses

April 21, 2015
Four months after the first-ever external review of Yale’s four cultural centers revealed widespread problems, the University has released its plan to address those concerns.

New in the new colleges: considering disabilities from the start

April 20, 2015
The Facilities Access Group is tasked with assessing the accessibility of Yale’s current buildings and planning the accessibility of new ones.

YPU debates rape adjudication

April 15, 2015
Roughly 120 students gathered in Linsly-Chittenden Hall on Tuesday evening to debate an issue that has captivated not only Yale’s campus but campuses across the country: Who should be adjudicating cases of sexual misconduct?

With Howard, student life administration to grow

April 14, 2015
Burgwell “Burgie” Howard, Northwestern University’s current assistant vice president for student engagement, will leave Northwestern at the end of the school year for a new position at Yale focused on student engagement and well-being.

UP CLOSE: In sexual misconduct, data offer limited guidance

April 13, 2015
As the nation focuses its attention on campus sexual misconduct, students, administrators and activists alike turn to data for answers. But low reporting rates mean most stories go untold — leaving universities largely unguided in their efforts to address a widespread yet simultaneously highly particular problem. On Dec. 2, 2014, thousands of students, faculty and »