First Yale-NUS cohort declares majors
By now, almost every member of Yale-NUS’s inaugural class has declared their major — and among four fields to choose from, the social sciences have been most favored.
Summer tour guide position still desirable
As thousands of Yalies leave New Haven over the summer to pursue internships and study abroad programs elsewhere, a few will remain behind to welcome the thousands more arriving to tour the University.
YPU debates rape adjudication
Roughly 120 students gathered in Linsly-Chittenden Hall on Tuesday evening to debate an issue that has captivated not only Yale’s campus but campuses across the country: Who should be adjudicating cases of sexual misconduct?
Female leadership strong in SOM student body
On April 3, the Yale School of Management student body elected its fourth female student body president in a row — a sign of increasing female involvement and diversity at the business school.
Lui to succeed Brenzel as TD master
Mary Lui, a professor of American Studies and history, will succeed Jeffrey Brenzel as the next master of Timothy Dwight College.
UP CLOSE: At med school, diversity lags behind the times
In the last year, the Yale School of Medicine has been hit with accusations of harassment, intimidation and bullying. But it is issues like promotion, tenure and largely white, male leadership that women and minorities struggle with on a day-to-day basis.
Yale-bred startups find their footing
With the increasing efforts of the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute and the growing dominance of technology in startups, fewer Yalies have felt it necessary to leave campus to realize their entrepreneurial dreams.