Yale-NUS hosts first Model ASEAN Conference
One year after Yale-NUS opened its doors, the college’s International Relations and Political Association hosted its first Model Association of Southeast Asian Nations Conference last weekend. From Aug. 22 to 24, over 150 students from around Southeast Asia gathered at Yale-NUS in Singapore to simulate summit meetings of the actual ASEAN, a political and economic »
Yale hosts new African leadership program
This summer, 25 young business leaders from Africa arrived on Yale’s campus to engage in a six-week program centered on business, entrepreneurship and community service.
Sexual Misconduct report shows 64 complaints, two expulsions
One year after the University's fourth biannual Report of Complaints of Sexual Misconduct received criticism from the Yale community for insufficiently punishing perpetrators of sexual assault, the latest report documents two expulsions related to sexual misconduct.
Commons to end hot breakfast
Due to a combination of budgetary concerns and other factors, Yale Dining will be making two major changes in the upcoming academic year.
New Deans outline vision
On July 1, all five senior-most members of the Yale administration will have stepped into their roles within the past 18 months.
Salovey names new deans
University President Peter Salovey named new deans for Yale College, the Graduate School and the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) on Wednesday afternoon.
Salovey addresses grads in Baccalaureate service
University President Peter Salovey kicked off the official festivities of Commencement Weekend by bidding farewell to the graduating class of 2014 in the first Baccalaureate Service of the weekend.