Anastasiia Posnova
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New College Board tool helps admissions officers

Yale was one of about 15 schools over the past year that participated in the pilot run of “Environmental Dashboard,” a new tool from The […]

Yale alum launches financial literacy platform

Starting Wednesday, all Yale students will be able to seek answers to their questions about financial life after college using a new website called “LIT,” […]

Admissions celebrates STEM outreach

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Yale’s STEM forums, an outreach program run by the Admissions Office aimed at showcasing the University’s scientific offerings to prospective applicants.

Kirchick ramps up alumni fellow campaign

After announcing his bid for the alumni fellow position on the Yale Corporation, James Kirchick ’06 spent the summer openly campaigning to garner the 4,266 alumni signatures necessary to secure a spot on the ballot next year.

Yale officials travel with Questbridge over summer

The Yale Admissions Office regularly participates in group trips to conduct outreach. But this summer, the office tried something different: Admissions officials traveled alongside representatives […]

Yale introduces new initiative for first-generation low-income students

Starting this year, Yale will have more formal programming to serve first-generation low-income students through the new First-Generation Low-Income Community Initiative, which the Yale College […]

Yale welcomes record number of first-gen students

New start-up to help manage student loans

For several years, Will Sealy SOM ’17 worked in the federal government trying to tackle the problem of student loans; he worked on formulating policy, […]

Domestic Summer Award off to strong start

Nearly 200 students used Yale’s new Domestic Summer Award to undertake unpaid internships with nonprofit organizations, nongovernmental organizations and government agencies, as well as art […]

Yale grad Lanny Davis returns to spotlight

Lanny Davis ’67 LAW ’70 has advised and represented some controversial clients, including the likes of Harvey Weinstein. He is now once again in the […]

Yale and 15 other universities defend Harvard’s admissions policies

Yale and 15 other universities filed an amicus brief defending Harvard’s race-conscious admissions policy, as it faces a lawsuit alleging discrimination against Asian-Americans.