Online housing centralized
To streamline the housing process, nine of Yale’s residential colleges are switching to a new online system this year.
Google Glass comes to Bass
Google Glass will soon become available for student and faculty use at the Bass Library media center.
Students talk mental health at AACC
On Thursday night, approximately 25 members of the Yale community gathered at the Asian-American Cultural Center to discuss how mental health is a taboo subject in the Asian-American community.
After 2 years, Franke Program evolves
the Franke Program in Science and the Humanities promotes interdisciplinary academic experiences such as workshops on the philosophy of biology, or the overlap between physics and dance.
Fed. research budget proposal draws criticism
Republicans are not the only ones disappointed by President Barack Obama’s Tuesday federal budget proposal for the 2015 fiscal year — universities and faculty members across the country have also directed their ire at the proposal’s suggested spending levels.
Uganda programs on hold
Following the passage of anti-gay legislation in Uganda, Yale has suspended all sponsorship, credit and funding for undergraduate summer activities in that country.
Proposed research budget criticized
Republicans are not the only ones disappointed by President Barack Obama’s Tuesday federal budget proposal for the 2015 fiscal year.
Yale education startup expands
Several Yale alumni will use data analytics to improve teaching and learning in Massachusetts public schools.