Jordan Fitzgerald
Staff Reporter
Jordan Fitzgerald serves as a University editor for the News. She previously edited for WKND and wrote about admissions, financial aid & alumni. She is a senior in Trumbull College majoring in American history.
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“Succession” star Jeremy Strong ’01 sits for sold-out talk

When Jeremy Strong ’01 was a student at Yale, he nearly bankrupted the Dramat to bring his favorite actor to campus. Twenty years later, Strong […]

Yale admits 2,234 students, acceptance rate shrinks to 4.46 percent

Yale’s acceptance rate reaches its lowest point in recent history

Yale College term bill raised by nearly 4 percent; cracks 80k

Yale increases cost of attendance from $77,750 to $80,700

Bulldog Days back in person for first time since pandemic’s start

After a three-year hiatus, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions will once again host Bulldog Days on campus.

Yale submits response to antitrust suit

Defendants in the 568 Presidents Group antitrust case filed a motion to stay the discovery process.

ANALYSIS: Experts weigh in on Supreme Court affirmative action case

Experts spoke to the News about how the Supreme Court’s decision in the Harvard and University of North Carolina affirmative action case may play out and what a post-affirmative action Yale could look like.

Quinlan testifies in support of legacy admissions

On Thursday, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Jeremiah Quinlan and YFAM President Logan Roberts offered opposing arguments regarding a state bill seeking to bar legacy preference.

Yale extends test-optional policy for 2022-23 admissions

Students applying to Yale’s class of 2027 will not be required to submit standardized test scores.

Yale sued for violating antitrust law by considering financial need in admissions

An update to the antitrust suit filed Tuesday accused Yale and all 17 members of the 568 Presidents Group — a group of top universities — of considering financial need in the admissions process.

Financial aid suit likely to accuse Yale of practicing need-aware admissions

After a lawsuit alleged Yale and 15 other top universities colluded to keep down financial aid, an updated complaint to be filed next week is likely to allege that all 16 schools in the 568 Presidents Group considered applicants’ financial standing in their admissions processes.

Yale suspends campus tours until Feb. 21

Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Visitor Center cancels tours in light of visitor restrictions.