Commons alters dining layout
Students entering Commons Monday morning were confronted with a new layout — a rope now blocks students’ access to the food stations.
SOM expands global initiatives
Two new initiatives in the school's Global Network for Advanced Management aim to strengthen the bonds between SOM and the international business community.
NAACP leader discusses city inequality
Apartheid exists in New Haven, according to James Rawlings, the president of the Greater New Haven branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
PA mayor decries gun violence
In cities across the country, domestic terrorism is a daily reality, said Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter at a talk on Monday afternoon.
With Levin exit, a fundraising push
The development office is working around the clock and around the world to secure a number of large gifts as University President Richard Levin’s tenure draws to a close.
YaleWomen conference unites alumnae
Attendees attended a conversation on Saturday between Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor LAW '79 and Margaret Warner ’71, a senior correspondent for the “PBS NewsHour."