Andrew Giambrone
Admit rate hits all-time low

Yale posted a 6.8 percent admissions rate for the class of 2016 — the most competitive in University history — on Thursday afternoon. After receiving […]

Yale offers admission to 1,975 applicants

Yale accepted 1,975 applicants to the class of 2016, bringing the admissions rate down to 6.8 percent, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Jeffrey Brenzel told the […]

Splash program returns to Yale

After undergraduates introduced a Yale branch of the national Splash teaching program in October, the event more than doubled its student attendance when it returned […]

“Hamburglar” strikes in Connecticut

A former restaurant worker at Johnny Rockets, a popular American fast-food chain, was arrested in South Windsor, Conn., Thursday morning after he was caught on […]

Yale doctors experiment with stem cells, succeed

A group of pediatric surgeons at the School of Medicine used a four-year-old girl’s bone marrow to repair her heart in what could be the […]

Term bill, financial aid budget to increase

The total cost of attending Yale and the University’s financial aid budget will both jump by roughly 5 percent in the 2012-’13 academic year, according […]

Cost of attending Yale up 4.9 percent

The cost of attending Yale will jump 4.9 percent this year, according to the 2012-’13 term bill released this Tuesday. Tuition will cost $42,300 — […]

New Haveners adjust as Elis

Yalies live in New Haven nine months of the year, claiming the city as their home away from home. But only about 30 of those […]

UCS launches online tools for sophomores

Students looking for a summer internship or job now have new tools to use in compiling their resumes and credentials. Yale Undergraduate Career Services launched […]

Magdanz ’12 wins Luce Scholarship

Reid Magdanz ’12, an environmental studies major, has been awarded a Luce Scholarship to spend a year working in Asia, Director for National Fellowships Katherine […]

YES-W draws prospective science students

Organizers of the second annual Yale Engineering and Science Weekend (YES-W) solicited involvement from alumni of the program and slightly modified the schedule of events […]