David Burt
Effect of academic changes unclear

Administrators have called Yale College’s modifications of distributional requirements an “incredible change,” but administrators cannot yet definitively say whether this policy is improving undergraduate education […]

College seminars begin to expand

After a sharp decrease in course offerings last year, the residential college seminar program is looking for ways to expand. The program has traditionally comprised […]

Committee rethinks faculty counts

Yale’s faculty and administration are reassessing an outdated system used to keep tabs on the number of full and assistant professors in each department. A […]

Miller visits Navy base

Less than a year before the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) arrives on campus, administrators paid a visit on Monday to the training ground […]

UP CLOSE | Grad School scrutinized

When Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Dean Thomas Pollard asked directors of graduate studies for data about their programs last fall, department leaders saw […]

Miller MUS ’07 inspired through music

John Miller MUS ’07, a trombonist and the manager of community programs at the School of Music, died Thursday morning after falling from the fourth […]

Peer educators to tackle sexual consent

This fall, Yale College is launching a new peer education program aimed at teaching students how to identify and prevent sexual misconduct. The program places […]

Blue Book in its last year

When students gather in common rooms and butteries for “bluebooking parties” next fall, they will not be using the iconic blue course catalogues that sit […]

On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001…

Before 8:46 a.m. on Sept. 11, 2001, Yale’s fall term was unfolding in the same ways as the countless autumns that had come before. Students […]

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Yale pushes online frontier

Three Yale Summer Session professors taught their course material not only to students in New Haven, but also to their classmates thousands of miles away. […]