Layoffs likely within next five years
The University will likely lay off administrative staff during the next three to five years, senior administrators told the News Monday.
Campus rallies for Philippines
Since Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, members of the Yale community have mobilized to plan relief efforts.
Global health group takes on new name, new challenges
In an effort to expand its mission and broaden outreach, the student-run Yale-Ecuador HIV Initiative is in the process of renaming itself and adding more global health opportunities to its scope. The group — which was founded in 2011 and has recently changed its name to Student Partnerships for Global Health — has organized trips »
Law students advocate through film
Amidst law reviews and court cases, filmmaking is establishing itself as a new form of legal scholarship at Yale Law School.
Africa Week zooms in on culture, new possibilities
This past week, the Yale African Students’ Association (YASA) hosted its annual Africa Week — six days of speakers, movie screenings and cultural shows on campus to celebrate a lesser-known face of the world’s second-largest continent. The theme of Africa Week this year was “Africa 360: A Panoramic Perspective of the Continent.” The week — »
British polician talks urban issues
Yale students should consider their worldly responsibilities, rather than focusing solely on their own rights, according to British politician David Lammy. Lammy — a member of Parliament who serves Tottenham, one of the most ethnically diverse constituencies in Europe — spoke at an Ezra Stiles Master’s Tea on Saturday afternoon. Before an audience of roughly »