University President Peter Salovey said the largest impact of the deal for Yale would be the restoration of funding for the National Institutes of Health and other sources – largely federal agencies – of federal grants. However, the specifics of how much funding to such sources will be restored are yet to be ironed out in Congress.
THE NEWS George Nelson ’29 ARC ’31 is not as famous as some of his modernist contemporaries, such as Frank Lloyd Wright or Charles and Ray Eames. But as the focus of an exhibition and a recent symposium at the School of Architecture, he may be worth rediscovering. On Friday and Saturday, the School of […]
A laptop containing the personal health information of nearly 1,000 people was stolen about a month ago from the School of Medicine. The School of Medicine said in a statement Tuesday that it has started notifying patients affected by the theft. Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal LAW ’73 announced Wednesday that his office is conducting […]
Retired four-star Gen. Stanley McChrystal, dismissed in June from his post in Afghanistan, is coming to teach at Yale this school year. McChrystal, who was relieved of his duty after he and his staff insulted top White House officials in a Rolling Stone magazine article, served in the military for 34 years and was chosen […]
For the third time, Mandi Schwartz ’11 is facing a battle with leukemia. The women’s hockey forward, who was declared to be in remission on June 9, learned Wednesday that her cancer had once again returned, according to an update published on the Yale Athletics website. The news came just weeks before Schwartz was scheduled […]