Antonia Woodford
Faculty meeting tackles shopping uncertainty

After enduring another shopping period riddled with uncertainty due to fluctuating course enrollments, faculty members debated ways to make the first weeks of the semester […]

Courses cluster in similar times

Students who found their shopping lists for this term clustered within the same time slots were not alone. This fall, as in past years, seminars […]

Harvard students caught up in cheating scandal

Harvard’s Administrative Board is investigating 125 undergraduates for cheating on a take-home final exam. In what calls “the largest cheating scandal in recent memory […]

Bluebook back after hiccups

After Yale Bluebook experienced glitches Monday afternoon, including problems with its schedule worksheet feature, the site is back to running normally. Still, University Registrar Gabriel […]

University acquires Yale Bluebook

Yale Bluebook, the student-run website that has proved increasingly popular among undergraduates as a course planning tool, will now be owned and operated by Yale. […]

University promotes six professors

Six professors were promoted at a meeting of the Board of Permanent Officers on May 17. Two tenured associate professors in the Molecular Biophysics and […]

More on this year’s honorary degree recipients

Yale conferred the following nine honorary degrees at the University’s 311th Commencement ceremony Monday morning, according to the program for the event. Doctor of Medical […]

University confers 3,021 degrees at 311th Commencement

Intermittent spurts of rainfall shortened but could not stop Yale’s 311th Commencement exercises, which brought the College and the University’s graduate and professional schools to […]

Gates, Marshall LAW ’76 to receive honorary degrees

Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and former Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Margaret Marshall LAW ’76 were spotted entering the […]

Blue Book returns, for now

Despite last fall’s announcement to the contrary, Yale College’s printed course catalog, affectionately termed the “Blue Book” by students and faculty, will come out for […]

University announces new fellowship for freshmen

A new summer fellowship program will allow more undergraduates to conduct research in science and engineering during the summer after freshman year. Freshman can already […]