Jessica Marsden
Students lobby for health major

The Yale College Council urged the Health Studies Advisory Committee to expedite the creation of a new health studies major on Wednesday night, and passed […]

Senior wins $655K in poker game

  A single card made a difference of almost $700,000 to Alex Jacob ’06, when he went all in with a king and a jack […]

Graduate stipends to increase by 5.5%

Graduate students’ stipends will grow 5.5 percent for the coming year, and students will see several other improvements to financial aid despite University-wide budgetary constraints, […]

Some struggle to study abroad

While Yale promotes international experience as a key part of undergraduate education, students continue to identify bureaucratic challenges to term-time study abroad. Students preparing to […]

Harvard retakes lead on student aid

A year after Yale reformed its financial aid policy to keep pace with its competitors, Harvard University has again pulled ahead of the pack. Harvard […]

Report finds no ethnic bias

In a report released Wednesday night, an internal committee found that the Graduate School does not systematically discriminate against students of Chinese origin, but noted […]

GESO calls for divestment from prison corporation

Campus activists renewed their calls for the University to divest from investments in Corrections Corporation of America at a rally and a meeting with the […]

Modern Middle East major proposed

After several years of steadily increasing enrollment in Arabic language classes and growing student interest in the Middle East, the University is considering plans to […]

Scholl’s promotion ends internal tenure drought

The faculty’s recent appointment of psychology professor Brian Scholl to a tenured post marks the first time the department has promoted an internal candidate to […]

Philosophy takes steps to rebuild

The addition of five new professors to Yale’s Philosophy Department next fall is the latest step in a decade-long rebuilding process for the program, a […]

Harvard faculty has yet to vote on reforms

Current concern that the Harvard College Curricular Review will be delayed by the departure of the university’s two top administrators highlights major differences between the […]