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GESO mulls over TA strike

Members of the Graduate Employees and Students Organization are considering a strike to pressure University administrators to recognize the group as a union, GESO chair […]

YCC seeks input on cell plan

The Yale College Council’s proposal for a University-wide cell phone plan is inching its way toward implementation with an upcoming student survey designed to measure […]

HR department fosters diversity

Yale’s human resources department is working to dispel charges that its employment practices ignore racial and gender diversity, top University officials said this weekend. In […]

University seeks to expand Flex

University dining officials are edging closer to a deal that would add Bulldog Burrito and perhaps other local restaurants to Yale’s Flex program. Yale Dining […]

Lawsuits aim to stop file sharing at elite universities

Some Yale post office boxes may soon be filled with subpoenas if the University is targeted in the latest wave of anti-file-sharing litigation. Both the […]

HMC may use Yale’s strategy

For more than a decade, investment officers at Yale and Harvard have used vastly different management strategies to keep their institutions in the top 1 […]

Cold, renovations seen as reasons for burst pipes

  Though many students are accustomed to high levels of precipitation on the streets of New Haven, some were recently met with similar wet conditions […]

Endowment nets notable return

Though most university endowments showed more growth in the last fiscal year than they had in nearly a decade, Yale’s investment return was well above […]

HGS tower flooded by burst pipe

  A burst pipe at the top floor of the Hall of Graduate Studies Monday evening flooded dozens of student quarters with an estimated 20,000 […]

Weekend blizzard disrupts campus

A snow storm which walloped the Northeast this weekend, dropping a foot of snow in New Haven, hindered normal activities in the city and on […]

Delays at Beinecke continue

Inclement weather has again delayed the renovations of Beinecke Plaza, but a completed section of the plaza will allow students to safely pass through the […]