Bret Ladine
National faculty salary rise barely beat inflation

The average faculty salary nationwide rose 3.5 percent during the 2000-2001 academic year, outpacing inflation for the seventh time in eight years, according to an […]

Yale’s unions hire media coordinator

Yale’s unions have hired a media coordinator to supplement existing communications staff as the University’s labor groups continue to prepare for upcoming contract negotiations. David […]

Tone changes in investment ethics debate

Yale students have a storied history of making very public attempts to convince the University to divest from various holdings in its endowment. After years […]

Yale’s endowment now nation’s second largest

Yale’s astonishing 41 percent endowment return during fiscal year 2000 has made it the second wealthiest university in the world behind only Harvard, according to […]

MIT to offer access to materials online

In a move that could transform the way universities use the Internet, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology announced yesterday that it would offer nearly all […]

At ceremony, Kramer, Yale reconcile

When Larry Kramer ’57 and Yale officials embraced at a ceremony held yesterday at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library in Kramer’s honor, the […]

4 years after bitter feud, Kramer will make gift

After years of contentious negotiation, Yale will announce today that writer and gay activist Larry Kramer ’57 is donating his papers and manuscripts to the […]

Levin still looking for new VP

More than one year after Vice President of Finance and Administration Joseph Mullinix announced he would leave Yale for the chancellorship of the University of […]

Unions vote to support GESO, hospital workers

In their first joint meeting since 1996, members of Yale’s two recognized unions, Locals 34 and 35, voted overwhelmingly last night to support the Graduate […]

’70s debt program finally ending

Long before Princeton University had notions of eliminating student loans entirely, Yale had another type of innovative financial aid initiative — one that, despite seemingly […]

Yale moves forward with Science Hill projects

As planning and construction efforts on Science Hill intensify, the first major piece of last year’s $500 million initiative is nearing completion. The $42 million […]