Josh Duboff
Consultants offer controversial college guidance

When Clay Chiles ’09 was in 11th grade, he began talking with an educational consultant based in the Northeast. Chiles, a native of Houston, Texas, […]

Admissions review gains momentum

Yale has begun to accelerate its annual review of University admissions policies this week, as admissions changes continue to build national momentum following the University […]

Spellings outlines higher ed. plan

U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings set forth a multi-pronged plan for higher education yesterday, calling for the creation of a database to track students’ […]

Poll finds Yalies divided on E.A.

In the wake of Harvard and Princeton’s recent announcements that the universities will eliminate their early admissions programs, Yale students have mixed feelings about the […]

Dollhopf settles in as director of AYA

Judging by the way Mark Dollhopf ’77 greets visitors in his new office in the Rose Alumni Hall on York Street, one would think he […]

Princeton to drop E.D.

In a move that surprised Yale officials and may put increased pressure on the University to end its early action program, Princeton University announced Monday […]

Harvard to end early admissions

Harvard University’s announcement Tuesday that it will eliminate early admissions sent shockwaves through the college admissions community, but top Yale officials said the University is […]

Roosevelt Institution sponsors conference

National policymakers and top university officials will convene in New Haven next month for a conference on socioeconomic diversity in higher education, Dean of Admissions […]

Yale Ambassadors Program to grow

After last year’s inaugural run, the Yale Ambassadors Program — revamped and now broader in scope — is expanding to reach out to more schools. […]

Salovey appoints new international programs coordinator

A Harvard administrator has traded in her crimson for Yale blue, assuming a new position at the University as associate dean for international affairs. Jane […]

Criticism of SAT rises after average score decreases dramatically

This year’s national average scores for the SAT plummeted seven percentage points from last year’s average. The drop — the largest in 31 years — […]