Yale to pilot carbon charge
Yale will become one of the first institutions in higher education to implement a price on its carbon emissions.
Yale commits to renovating cultural houses
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.
Lawsuits question Yale grad’s business practices
A series of lawsuits alleging financial misconduct have been brought against Joshua Bryce Newman ’01, a native of Silicon Valley who studied computer science and neuroscience at Yale.
Yale-NUS to offer gender neutral housing
In its fourth semester of operation, Yale-NUS has become the only institution of higher education in Singapore to offer gender-neutral housing to its students.
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.