Elyssa Folk
Bill Clinton a no-show for Tercentennial

Though he has yet officially to inform Yale, former President Bill Clinton LAW ’73 will not attend the tercentennial celebration next weekend. Yale administrators extended […]

For Jews at Yale, a struggle to be accepted

No one knows exactly how many Jewish students will be admitted to Yale this year — because the days of mandatory quotas on Jewish students […]

Many leave, so Levin keeps looking

For Yale President Richard Levin and his colleagues, the searching never seems to end. In the past year, Levin and other top University officials have […]

4 years after bitter feud, Kramer will make gift

After years of contentious negotiation, Yale will announce today that writer and gay activist Larry Kramer ’57 is donating his papers and manuscripts to the […]

William K. Lanman, Yale donor, dies

One of the University’s most generous donors, William K. Lanman ’28, passed away in his hospital room in Florida last week. He was 97. Lanman’s […]

Yale names new director of public affairs office

Yale President Richard Levin announced yesterday the appointment of Helaine Klasky as the new director of the University’s Office of Public Affairs. Klasky most recently […]

Presidents lobby for stem-cell research

Yale President Richard Levin joined more than 100 university presidents in signing a letter urging the Bush administration to maintain federal financing of embryonic stem-cell […]

Lasaga appeal to go to special committee

The Yale Corporation has decided to appoint a special committee to consider Professor Antonio C. Lasaga’s appeal of Yale President Richard Levin’s decision to fire […]

Yale invites all students to April tercentennial events

This April, even students can see the bigshots. Last night, all Yale undergraduates and graduate students received an e-mail from the Tercentennial staff inviting them […]

Ballots are out for alumni trustee vote

The ballots are out, and it is now up to Yale alumni to elect the newest trustee of the Yale Corporation, the University’s highest governing […]

Unlike Yale, others have student trustees

Cornell University sophomore Leslie Barkemeyer does not just take finals; soon, her duties will also include helping decide key university issues ranging from faculty salaries […]