Emily Wanger
Yale-NUS plans first admissions cycle

Although Yale-NUS College will not open its doors until August 2013, students will begin applying to the school this winter. The liberal arts college in […]

Yale comes in third in U.S. News & World Report rankings, again

Yet again, Yale came in behind Harvard and Princeton in U.S. News & World Report’s Best College rankings, released Tuesday morning. This is the ninth […]

UP CLOSE | Playing catch-up: Building a science culture

Last winter, Brandon Sim was a high school senior waiting to hear back from the schools he hoped one day to attend. By the time […]

Gender ratio flips for 2015

Despite the recent media buzz surrounding sexual culture at Yale and a majority-male freshman class, freshmen women interviewed said they doubt the University is significantly […]

New office hosts career planning, travel

Once, students who got off the elevator on the third floor of 55 Whitney Ave. were faced with a maze of hallways leading to different […]

Yield rate falls again for class of 2015

As the class of 2015 settles into life at Yale, 722 of the students Yale admitted have chosen to go somewhere other than New Haven. […]

Yalie faces trial in Ireland for taking friend’s exam

A Yalie hailing from Ireland will face trial in his home country for allegedly taking a friend’s final examination in the Irish secondary school system. […]

Brenzel: preference for legacies decreasing

Preference for “legacies” in admissions is decreasing, according to Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Jeffrey Brenzel. At a panel discussion at New York University last week, […]

Financial aid budget up by 10 percent

Though the percentage of the incoming freshman class that plans to apply for financial aid did not increase over last year, Yale still expects to […]

Fulbrights awarded to six Yalies

Six members of the class of 2011 have won Fulbright scholarships so far, but the award season is far from over. Steven Feis ’11, Patrick […]

Lee ’11 wins Fulbright

The Fulbright Scholar Program announced yesterday that Patrick Lee ’11 is one of two winners of the Alistair Cooke Award in Journalism. The award, presented […]