Bridget Kelly
Rowland budget may cut in-state aid

Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland proposed $3.7 million in financial aid cuts for Connecticut students in his budget Tuesday, creating an additional challenge for in-state […]

Despite Iraq, few worries on terms abroad

As the United States begins mobilizing troops for a possible war in Iraq, anti-war sentiment abroad remains high. But Yale students studying in foreign countries […]

Tour guides prepare to tap new class

During one tour Sarah Morgenstern ’05 led, the Pundits appeared — naked — and starting rolling around on the Women’s Table while she was talking […]

Schimmel ’02 teaches street kids in South Africa

Noam Schimmel ’02 had been visiting a teenager for weeks during his walks around Cape Town streets, but Schimmel was unable to convince the teenager […]

Yale argues race must be factor in admissions

Yale officials argued in a Supreme Court brief Monday that considering race in university admissions represents a compelling educational interest, yet the University did not […]

Yale professor creates test to supplement SAT

With affirmative action in college admissions facing legal challenges, Yale psychology professor Robert Sternberg is developing a test he hopes will help schools gain the […]

Yale benefits from INS decision to postpone database

After colleges had difficulty inputting data about international students into a new national database, the Immigration and Naturalization Service extended the deadline for registration to […]

UCS adds new job search program

With many Yalies searching for summer jobs and seniors looking for employment, Undergraduate Career Services is working to make the hunt for employment less painful […]

Application numbers rise to record high

In a year when debates about college admissions made national headlines, Yale received a record number of applications for the Class of 2007. The University […]

Conn. may cut in-state aid grants

When Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland announces his proposed state budget in mid-February, it will contain several cuts designed to compensate for the state’s $650 […]

Study abroad sees increase in gender gap

While Yale sent 72 female students abroad this year, only 22 male students ventured outside the U.S., reflecting a surprisingly large gender imbalance. The disparity […]