OCS expands education career resources
The Office of Career Strategy is working to publicize and make accessible the wide range of opportunities for students seeking work in education straight out of college.
Windham-Campbell winners announced
On Tuesday morning, University President Peter Salovey honored nine writers from four different countries with the announcement of the 2015 Donald Windham-Sandy M. Campbell Literature Prize.
Silliman makes the Final Cut
Over 1,000 students gathered in Commons Dining Hall Tuesday evening for the annual Final Cut competition.
Alumni offer more, better reported interviews
A redesigned alumni portal, an increased number of alumni volunteers and virtual interviewing capabilities have allowed the University to extend interviews to a greater number of prospective students this year.
DS solicits student feedback
This week, dozens of former Directed Studies students will find themselves back around the seminar table.
Finding work in a bigger Yale College
Although the opening of the new residential colleges in 2017 will begin to increase the size of the student body by 15 percent, the number of student jobs is unlikely to see a proportionate boost.
Students in wheelchairs find campus inaccessible
When Christina Kim ’16 showed up for the first day of her math class in Leet Oliver Memorial Hall, she could not get to her classroom — the building is not wheelchair accessible. Only after she consulted with Judith York, director of Yale’s Resource Office on Disabilities, was the class finally moved to William L. Harkness Hall a week later.