Adrian Rodrigues
Staff Reporter
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Endowment growth looks likely

Great expectations abound for the release of the University’s endowment performance over the past year.

Investments Office addresses climate change

Two weeks ago, when the Yale Corporation’s Committee on Investor Responsibility (CCIR) voted not to divest the University’s holdings from fossil fuel companies, Chief Investment Officer David Swensen sent a letter to all of Yale’s active external investment managers.

Faculty scrutinize West Campus growth

Science Hill faculty grappling with budget cuts and deficits have turned their magnifying glasses towards a plot of land ten miles away: West Campus.

Amidst controversy, University reverend resigns

Rev. Bruce Shipman resigned from his post as priest-in-charge of the Episcopal Church at Yale on Thursday.

Episcopal chaplain resigns amid controversy

Reverend Bruce Shipman, chaplain of Yale’s Episcopal Church, resigned Thursday after he was accused of anti-Semitism.

New leadership structure sparks hope for change

Over the summer, Yale welcomed three new deans into the upper echelons of University governance.

After corporation decision, divestment strategy uncertain

At Yale, the campaign for the University to divest from the fossil fuel industry began with an 83-page report.

University predicts balanced budget by next year

Despite a multi-million dollar deficit last year, University administrators maintain confidence in the future of Yale’s budget.

Yale to weigh potential internal carbon pricing

Despite its decision not to divest from fossil fuel companies, the University is embarking on a set of new initiatives aimed at reducing Yale’s carbon footprint.

Yale borrows 250 million for capital projects

In what investment analysts and third-party experts characterized as a routine transaction, Yale borrowed several hundred million dollars this July.

Corporation votes against divestment

The Yale Corporation has voted not to divest the University’s assets from fossil fuel companies.