Jessica Letchford
Profs hired to lead institute as University develops West Campus

Despite the economic downturn, Yale is gearing up this semester to fill the 434,000 square feet of laboratory space on West Campus. Renovations are underway […]

A small school with grand ambitions

Few realize that Yale granted the first engineering Ph.D. in the United States in 1860. After all, engineering is not the word that comes to […]

ITS aims to promote new YaleSecure network

Amidst the bright blue scaffolding around Harkness Tower and the gaping excavation outside Morse College, one change to Yale campus has gone largely unnoticed: the […]

Salvage collects $100k in donations

More students thought twice before throwing out their rickety bowl chairs and outmoded winter jackets at the Spring Salvage last semester. The end-of-the-year recycling program, […]

Briefly: Hardware problem leads to e-mail problems

About 100 faculty members who use Entourage to manage their e-mail messages have had problems accessing their accounts in the past week. Yale College Dean […]

Elis work on carbon policy

Roberto Jimenez SOM ’09 thought he was going to Costa Rica to relax after a hectic final semester at the School of Management. But instead […]

Visitors flock to Peabody

As families cut back on vacations to exotic destinations, more and more New England residents are opting for local getaways, including Yale’s own Peabody Museum […]

In college admissions, green has an allure

When applicants considering Yale weigh factors in their admissions decision, they typically turn to aesthetics, academics or extracurricular offerings. But a new factor has begun […]

Obama names Yale chemist to EPA

The founder of “green chemistry” is heading back to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, where he established the new field of study more than a […]

WiFi problems fixed, ITS says

Recent student-reported problems with wireless connectivity and connection speed have been resolved, David Galassi, the Internet Technology Services director of network services, said Wednesday. In […]

For e-zine, it’s good being green

As newspapers and magazines across the country face budget cuts, layoffs and even closure, Yale’s 11-month-old environmental publication — “Yale Environment 360” — is not […]