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Academic review committee edges forward

While many Yale students spent this summer traveling to various destinations around the globe, members of the Committee on Yale College Education did a little […]

Mangan tapped as new dean of JE

When John Mangan MUS ’94 returns to Yale this fall to become the dean of Jonathan Edwards College, he may be able to bring a […]

Sociology professor Gould dies at 39

A year after being diagnosed with leukemia, sociology professor Roger Gould passed away April 29 in New York City. He was 39. Gould, who left […]

GSA charter up for student approval

While the debate over graduate student unionization continues to rage on, the Graduate Student Assembly, the graduate school’s student government organization, is hoping that all […]

Plagiarism punished in FORMAC

Instead of comments on hippie culture or Madonna, American studies professor Michael Denning began a few of his Formation of Modern American Culture lectures last […]

A center’s search for global meaning

When asked what he thinks the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization is, Adam Taubman ’04 sounded as if he had been asked to […]

Yale snags comp lit prof from Stanford

After spending the last year in Hong Kong and Paris, Stanford comparative literature professor Haun Saussy GRD ’90 will be moving to New Haven in […]

GESO a polarizing voice for reform

At a recent open forum, GESO Chairwoman Anita Seth GRD ’05 said the debate over whether to have a graduate student union was irrelevant. Instead, […]

Harvard prof Cornel West heads south to Princeton

Ending months of speculation in the national media and in academia, Princeton University announced Friday that Harvard University Afro-American studies professor Cornel West would join […]

Review committee researches and reaches out

After three months of conducting research and interviewing faculty and students, the committee charged with Yale’s comprehensive review of undergraduate education has been making substantial […]

SOM admits first Silver Scholars crop

As of Feb. 14, Olivia Kahr ’02 had already secured herself a spot at University College in London as a doctoral candidate in art history. […]