Jon Victor
Staff Reporter
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Expansion will not alter Yale College demographics

When R. Inslee Clark, Jr. ’57 was announced as Yale’s next dean of admissions in February 1965, some worried that he was too invested in the “Old Yale,” and would not diversify the student body in the way many hoped.

No increase expected in student jobs

Students will still be able to find jobs on campus even after the undergraduate student body expands by 800, administrators say -— even though they have no plans to increase the number of jobs available.

UP CLOSE: A Coalition for the future?

The Coalition Application was announced last September as part of a joint initiative among Yale and more than 80 other elite colleges calling themselves the […]

2016 grads see record salaries

The class of 2016 is making more money right out of college than any other class has in the past four years, due in part to more students working at large firms in the tech and health care industries.

Community recalls tragedy of Sept. 11

As the 15th anniversary of 9/11 itself moves into memory, Yale and other colleges nationwide face a situation familiar to history: Many college students do not remember the day at all, and those who do can paint the scene only in the broadest of strokes.

Yield rate increases despite campus turmoil

After an especially turbulent year on campus, fraught with widely publicized controversies over race, the yield rate for the class of 2020 increased over last year’s, despite expectations that the debates would discourage students from attending Yale.

Recent grads adjust to working for Yale

Yale has been the top employer for graduating seniors every year since 2013, when the Office of Career Strategy began collecting data on what students were doing after graduation. Thirty-nine members of the class of 2016 are now working for the University.

For freshmen of different backgrounds, two Camp Yales

“How well do you know someone you met for two weeks during the summer?” Rivera said.

OCS avoids corporate recruitment partnerships

Yale isn’t selling corporations preferential access to its students, a study showed, bucking a growing trend of for-profit companies that partner with colleges to use their career services departments as third-party headhunters.

Goldman ends on-campus interviewing

Goldman Sachs, which has traditionally sent scores of recruiters to campus each year to interview students for summer analyst positions, will no longer conduct on-campus interviews at Yale or at other colleges, in an attempt to draw talent from beyond just elite universities.

Clinton LAW ’73 accepts historic nomination

Hillary Clinton LAW '73 is the 10th Yale alum to be nominated for president.