University | 11:41 am | April 5, 2012 | By Gavan Gideon

Yale-NUS, in the international media

Yale's plans to build a liberal arts college in Singapore are expected to come up in today's faculty meeting.

While professors have been preparing for a debate on Yale-NUS at today’s faculty meeting, controversy surrounding the Singaporean liberal arts college has begun to pop up in a number of media outlets. In a Bloomberg News op-ed published Tuesday, Clare Malone discusses the challenges involved in introducing a liberal arts education to a place unaccustomed »

University | 6:31 pm | March 22, 2012 | By Caroline Tan

Muslim students to launch calling campaign

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg walks with NYPD officers in the 2011 Veterans Day Parade.

Yale’s Muslim Student Association is launching a “calling campaign” to New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s office tomorrow in response to recent reports that the New York Police Department kept watch of Muslim students at Yale. The campaign urges supporters to call Mayor Bloomberg’s office tomorrow at any time from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. “Hundreds »

University | 10:36 pm | February 26, 2012 | By Jack Linshi

Times article features Yale prefrosh at Stuyvesant

Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan.

Rudi-Ann Miller may just be like any other prefrosh admitted to Yale’s class of 2016. But at Stuyvesant High School, she doesn’t even have to try to stand out. According to an article published in the New York Times on Saturday, Miller is one of just 40 black students currently enrolled at the Lower Manhattan »

City | 10:49 pm | February 20, 2012 | By James Lu

Levin responds to monitoring of Muslim students


In a Monday night email to the Yale community, University President Richard Levin responded to reports that surfaced on Saturday that the New York Police Department monitored Muslim students at Yale and at least 14 colleges around the Northeast. Levin said the Yale Police Department did not participate in the NYPD’s surveillance, which included trawling »

City | 9:46 pm | February 20, 2012 | By Jimmitti Teysir

New Haven Indy brings backs reader comments


The New Haven Independent brought the comments back on Monday with a new policy for keeping the discussion civil. The online news outlet first cut off comments a few weeks ago, after less thought-provoking, and more libelous comments started to dominate the Independent’s comment boards, according to the article. With the return of the boards, »