Bridget Kelly
Talent abroad is a challenge for Yale

A group of Yale faculty members and students left for Moshi, Tanzania, last year to conduct AIDS research on a sugar cane plantation. But the […]

Yale limits travel abroad

With SARS cases sweeping Asia, the war with Iraq and Yale’s new international travel advisory, some Yale students are changing their plans for the summer […]

Garvin quits WTC project

Alexander Garvin ’62 ARCH ’67, the chief planner for the organization charged with rebuilding the World Trade Center site, resigned abruptly Monday. Garvin, who teaches […]

Prefrosh flood campus for Bulldog Days

High school senior Matthew Busik has wanted to go to Yale for weeks, but his dad thought he should visit to be sure. After spending […]

Harvard changes early admissions policy

Harvard University officials announced Thursday that the school will return to an early action policy that prohibits students from applying early to other universities. The […]

Elite schools see increased selectivity, more applications

In a year when Yale received an unprecedented number of applications and recorded its lowest acceptance rate in history, other peer institutions saw more modest […]

Class of ’68 to have White House reunion

The Whiffenpoofs sang at the White House for President Bartlett on NBC’s political drama The West Wing. On May 29, they will get the chance […]

Yale admits 1,458 regular decision applicants

After the Yale admissions office received a record number of applications this year, 1,458 regular decision applicants found out Wednesday that they had been admitted […]

Students protest in silence

A day before the Supreme Court was scheduled to hear a case that will reshape the role of race in college admissions, some students expressed […]

Princeton taps new admissions dean

Wellesley College Dean of Admission Janet Lavin Rapelye will become dean of admission at Princeton as of July 1, Princeton University officials announced Thursday. Rapelye […]

Yale summer programs to continue despite war

As the United States continues its war with Iraq, Yale officials responsible for summer study abroad programs and fellowships said they are keeping a close […]