University | 2:01 pm | March 7, 2013 | By Aleksandra Gjorgievska

Grouplove to perform at Spring Fling

Indie band Grouplove will perform at Yale on April 29, the same day as Spring Fling, according to the band's website.

Indie band Grouplove, best known for the hit song “Tongue Tied,” will perform at Yale University on April 29 — the day of Spring Fling — according to a concert listing on Grouplove’s website. Grouplove consists of artists Hannah Hooper (vocals, keys), Christian Zucconi (vocals, guitar), Sean Gadd (bass, vocals), Andrew Wessen (guitar, vocals) and »

University | 5:40 pm | March 6, 2013 | By Aleksandra Gjorgievska

SOM not among top 10 business schools

A visualization of Lord Norman Foster’s ARC ’62 sleek plans for the new School of Management campus.

The Yale School of Management will not be in the top 10 of this year’s U.S. News and World Report ranking of the best business schools in the nation. Though U.S. News will publish the full list of schools on March 12, it released the top 10 business schools in alphabetical order in a Tuesday teaser. »

University | 8:10 pm | March 5, 2013 | By Aleksandra Gjorgievska

Quinnipiac names new law dean

Jennifer Gerarda Brown will serve as the new dean of Quinnipiac University School of Law, effective July 1 this year. Before joining the Quinnipiac law faculty in 1994, Brown taught at Emory, the University of Chicago, Georgetown, Harvard and Yale law schools. She is known for her research on mediation and conflict resolution, and has »

University | 1:18 pm | March 3, 2013 | By Aleksandra Gjorgievska

Online glitch delays Law School apps

Yale Law School moved its application deadline from March 1 to March 4 due to a glitch with the Law School Admissions Council’s online system, which is akin to the Common Application for college applicants. Due to the glitch, which the council discovered on Feb. 26, some applicants were unable to access the council’s website »

University | 11:02 pm | February 28, 2013 | By Aleksandra Gjorgievska

Freedom of thought scrutinized in Singapore

The Yale-NUS campus design aims to integrate elements of Yale’s collegiate style and traditional Singaporean features.

A Singaporean journalism professor and outspoken critic of restrictions on media freedom in Singapore — where Yale is establishing a joint college with the National University of Singapore — has been denied tenure at Nanyang Technological University for a second time, sparking renewed debate about freedom of thought at Singaporean universities. George Cherian, an associate »