Daniel Katz
Gaddis, two alumni win award

One Yale professor and two alumni will receive the nation’s highest honor for scholarship in the humanities today. Yale history professor John Gaddis and alumni […]

Survey examines university presidents

Yale President Richard Levin participated in a national survey released last week by The Chronicle of Higher Education detailing 764 college presidents’ backgrounds and opinions […]

Student group to draft bill for scholarship program

About 20 college students from across the country — including Wells O’Byrne ’07 and Nathaniel Loewentheil ’07 — will convene at Columbia University today to […]

Levin lobbies against lab regulations

Proposed federal export guidelines tied to national security concerns may prevent international students who work in University laboratories from handling certain technologies. Yale President Richard […]

Sick day policies to change

Yale staff members who take time off from work for a family illness will be able to count these away days as “sick time” starting […]

Budget deficit could lead to education cuts

The U.S. House and Senate education committees will vote in the coming weeks on whether to approve proposed spending cuts on educational programs in an […]

Recent crimes spur new police measures

In response to the recent spike in local crime, University administrators said they are implementing new measures to increase Yale’s security presence on and off […]

Mexico visit aims to enhance Yale’s profile

Yale is increasing its efforts to build ties with Mexico by sending a small University-sponsored delegation to the country this week. Monday marked the first […]

Univ. plans to cut emissions

Yale officials announced Tuesday that the University aims to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 10 percent below its 1990 levels over the next 15 […]

Dispute over Site Q is resolved

Yale anthropology professor Marcello Canuto has resolved a long-standing debate in archaeological circles over the location of Site Q with his discovery in April 2005 […]

Flex malfunctions hit restauranteurs

For students on the Flex dining program, the start of the semester has been frustrating because card-reading machines at the only two restaurants that accept […]