Opinion | 4:02 pm | January 17, 2012 | By Scott Stern

Wikipedia to Shut Down! For Good Reasons!


If you were planning to get a head start on that research paper tomorrow, think again. I’m afraid I have some startling news: Wikipedia is going to shut down on Wednesday. …I know. After you have recovered from the initial shock of that statement, you may ask why Wikipedia would do such a thing. The »

City | 12:44 pm | January 12, 2012 | By Michelle Hackman

YLS professor weighs in on recess appointments

What was the constitutional basis for President Barack Obama's decision to make a few controversial appointments? A Law School professor wants to know.

At least one Yale Law professor is upset over President Barack Obama’s recess appointments, though perhaps for reasons different than congressional Republicans. Sterling Professor Bruce Ackerman LAW ’67, an expert on constitutional law, took to the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday to discuss the president’s controversial decision to make several high-profile appointments during the recess »

University | 1:42 am | January 6, 2012 | By Gavan Gideon and Tapley Stephenson

Yale-NUS announces two joint degree programs

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

Students at the Singaporean liberal arts college Yale is building in tandem with the National University of Singapore will be able to earn a Yale diploma through a joint degree program, Yale-NUS College announced in a Thursday press release. Interested Yale-NUS students will be able to apply to pursue either a second bachelor’s degree in »

University | 11:34 pm | January 3, 2012 | By Sharon Yin

New library opens on Science Hill

The new Center for Science and Social Science Information is in the basement of Kline Biology Tower.

Just in time for shopping period, the Center for Science and Social Science Information opened its doors on Tuesday. As the new collaborative home of the science library, social science library and StatLab, CSSSI is housed in the basement of Kline Biology Tower and contains a 24 hour study-space. If you’re a fan of the »

University | 5:32 pm | September 7, 2011 | By Nikita Lalwani

Want to deliver mail for the Law School?

Due to space issues at the Yale Law School, parts of Swing Space will now be used by Law School student organizations, postdoctoral fellows’ work spaces and administrative office

Yale Law School is advertising a new — and slightly unusual — job opening on Yale’s student employment website. The posting is for a courier who would pick up and deliver mail “daily from 1:30-3:00″ between the main YLS building at 127 Wall Street and its expansion in Swing Space accessible at 40 Ashmun — »