Yale to pilot carbon charge
On Monday, University President Peter Salovey released the report completed by the Carbon Charge Task Force, the committee charged by the president in August to examine the feasibility and effectiveness of instituting an internal carbon pricing mechanism on campus.
Brenzel to advise Salovey as research associate
Even after he steps down from his role as master of Timothy Dwight College, Jeffrey Brenzel will remain a member of the Yale community next year, working part-time for University President Peter Salovey.
Marrow donor drive beats 2014 mark
Megaphones and large signs helped amplify the enthusiasm that members of the Yale Athletics community displayed in promoting the Mandi Schwartz Marrow Donor Registration Drive, which, in its seventh year, added hundreds more to a growing list of potential donors.
Returning head pantry workers take up new roles
Two former head pantry workers have decided to return to their residential college dining halls, though their assignments will be different from what they were prior to their original departure.
Bazelon encourages writing carefully, but daringly
Emily Bazelon ’93 LAW ’00 returned to her Yale roots on Thursday afternoon in a Pierson College Master’s Tea, sharing with current students lessons on the importance of creative writing in nonfiction fields.
Inspire Yale event draws hundreds
Hundreds of students from each of Yale’s graduate and professional schools sat in crowded Edward P. Evans Hall on Thursday as 16 professors showcased their research and fields of study.