UP CLOSE | SOM strives to feed aspirations, keep values
When the Yale School of Management first opened its doors to students in September 1976, a “new order of the ages” was inscribed — literally. The SOM’s shield, officially displayed for the first time upon the arrival of the students, has the phrase written in Latin across it.
New grad dorms on Elm Street to displace Broadway parking
Finding a place to park is challenging enough for people who work in the Broadway shopping district, but when Yale’s newly approved 73-foot-tall apartment building fills one of the area’s only available lots, parking may become even harder.
ITS to implement new security measure
In one of the largest steps in recent years to improve campus network safety, Yale Information Technology Services has announced plans to add an additional layer of security to the user login process.
2019 by the numbers: Confronting class at Yale
When asked to identify the social issue that they feel most divides the United States, 54 percent of freshmen chose “race.” But further analysis shows the second-most popular response, “class,” more directly shades students’ plans for the years ahead.
2019 by the numbers: On, and off, the field
Even just after the first day of shopping period, the unique challenges that recruited athletes and hopeful varsity walk-ons face have already begun to manifest clearly.
Imagining the future of the Schwarzman Center
In the basement of the newly renamed Schwarzman Center, which currently hosts “totally hideous” storage rooms and the occasional cockroach, a much different future is being imagined: a naturally lit space suited for studying, socializing and even nursing a drink at an underground pub.
Sig Ep suit shows dearth of regulations
On a given Friday or Saturday night, few rules govern the festivities within the countless fraternity houses that define the social experience of many American college students.
Yield drops, diversity increases for class of 2019
After receiving 30,237 applications to the class of 2019, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions accepted 1,962 students — 1,364 of which matriculated to the University. This marks a 69.5 percent yield, which is slightly lower than the record yield for the class of 2018, but still marks the second-highest rate the University has seen in recent years.