FAS Senate gears up for first year
Though the semester has yet to officially begin, the 22 members of the newly formed Faculty of Arts and Sciences Senate are already gearing up for their first term in office.
Endowment spending draws criticism in Times column
A recent New York Times op-ed calling upon Yale to spend more of its endowment has prompted renewed debate — both on campus and among experts — over how the University should invest its money.
OCS rolls out new career network
For students and alumni looking to interact via Yale’s online databases, an upgraded service from the Office of Career Strategy may provide expanded opportunities.
2019 by the numbers: First impressions
On Aug. 12, the News sent all incoming freshmen a survey with questions running the gamut from family life to post-graduate plans. This is the first in a four-part series on the results.
Yale hosts historic master class on financial crises
Three of the most instrumental figures of the 2008 financial crisis gathered at Yale earlier this month to reflect on the recent economic downturn and to consider strategies for preventing similar crises in the future.
SigEp called to trial in tailgate lawsuit
A Superior Court judge in Waterbury has ordered the national Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity to proceed to trial as a defendant in a lawsuit stemming from the 2011 Harvard-Yale tailgate crash that left one woman dead.