Emily Wanger
‘An activist, not a politician’

Bobby Shriver LAW ’81 told the News last Tuesday that his father, Robert Sargent Shriver ’38 LAW ’41 was “an activist, not a politician.” During […]

Icon of a generation honored

POTOMAC, Md. — Robert Sargent Shriver ’38 LAW ’41 visited Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church in Potomac, Md. every day he was at home […]

Yale attracts more applicants

The number of applications to Yale College rose this year, but not as drastically as those to its peer rivals. Yale has received 27,230 applications […]

Yale sees 5 percent increase in applications for class of 2015

Yale’s application count for the class of 2015 is 27,230 right now, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Jeffrey Brenzel said. This is an approximate 5 percent […]

Yale-in-Washington pilot hits NYC

This summer, a small piece of Washington, D.C. will move to New York City for working Yalies. Undergraduate Career Services will launch a pilot program […]

Princeton apps increase 3.3 percent

Princeton received 27,115 applications for next year’s freshman class, according to the Daily Princetonian. This is a 3.3 percent increase from the 26,247 applications Princeton […]

Brown sees application increase

Brown reported that almost 31,000 students applied to the University’s class of 2015, a 2.9 percent increase from the 30,136 applications it received last year, […]


Robert Sargent Shriver ’38 LAW ’41, a pioneer for public service who revolutionized community participation in America as a founder of the Peace Corps and […]

Shriver ’38 LAW ’41 dies

Peace corps founder and former vice-presidential candidate Robert Sargent Shriver ’38 LAW ‘41 died today at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda, Md. Shriver was hospitalized Sunday […]

Other schools see dramatic changes in app numbers

Though Yale has not yet released the number of applications it received this year, many of its peer institutions have — with dramatic changes from […]

Penn’s LGBT community reaches out to prefrosh

The University of Pennsylvania is reaching out to potential members of its LGBT community before they even reach Philadelphia. Penn started the program last spring, […]