Plagiarism, academic dishonesty explained
As incidents of plagiarism have risen on campus, Yale College Dean Jonathan Holloway reminded students last week that academic dishonesty can often be unintentional.
Silliman’s Krauss to depart
Judith Krauss, the longest-serving sitting college master, will step down from her position at Silliman College at the end of this academic year.
Student developer program expands
This semester, more student developers will be coming together to improve Yale Mobile, All Around Yale and other apps that Yalies routinely use.
Gonzales argues against amnesty
Illegal immigrants should not be eligible for amnesty, former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales argued Tuesday night in a Yale Political Union debate.
Anti-Apartheid leader honored in film
While lying in a hospital bed in London recovering from a car bombing that cost him his right arm and sight in one eye in 1988, Albie Sachs received a letter.
Supreme Court declines to hear Zedillo suit
A prolonged lawsuit alleging human rights abuses against Ernesto Zedillo GRD ’81, head of the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization and the former president of Mexico, has come to a decisive close.
Ebola researchers remain in Liberia
The two public health graduate students researching Ebola in Liberia since Sept. 16 will remain there for the foreseeable future.