Elyssa Folk
Levin fires Lasaga; prof appeals ruling

Yale President Richard Levin has fired former Saybrook master Antonio C. Lasaga, who pleaded guilty to two federal child pornography charges in February 1999, and […]

Columbia president to leave post at end of 2001-02 year

Continuing the trend of Ivy League president departures, Columbia University President George Rupp recently announced he will leave his post at the end of the […]

Harvard picks Summers as next president

A grueling nine-month search process came to an end when Harvard University named Lawrence H. Summers its 27th president last week. The 46-year-old former secretary […]

Schottenfeld likely to be new D-port master

Yale psychiatry professor Richard Schottenfeld will likely be the next Davenport College master, replacing current master Gerald Thomas who is leaving at the end of […]

Tercentennial planners at work over break

While many undergraduates will relax on sandy beaches or hit the slopes over Spring Break, the tercentennial staff will be hard at work preparing to […]

Yale close to securing big gift for gay studies

After years of negotiations, Yale may finally secure a substantial gift from Larry Kramer ’57, a prominent gay alumnus whose gift the University turned down […]

Levin masters tricks of fund raising

Yale President Richard Levin knows it takes time, effort and money to solicit gifts for the University. That’s why he’s likely to board a plane […]

New gift method will give quick tax break

The Yale Office of Development will soon implement donor-advised funds through which donors can make gifts to Yale and other institutions over an extended period […]

Yale invites Clinton, amid controversy

Yale has invited a plethora of famous alumni to help celebrate the University’s second tercentennial weekend in April, but in the current issue of Time […]

Only surprise is no surprise at Corp. meeting

Despite hopes that last weekend’s Yale Corporation meeting would produce blockbuster announcements — particularly with regard to financial aid — the agenda was more routine. […]

Levin returns to Stanford to lead conference

Yale President Richard Levin returned to his alma mater, Stanford University, early this week to lead a meeting of the National Academy of the Sciences’ […]