Josh Duboff
Elis retain third spot in U.S. News survey

For the fourth straight year, Yale finished third in the popular and controversial U.S. News & World Report national college rankings, behind Princeton and Harvard. […]

Diverse class of 2010 arrives in Elm City

Yale opened its gates today to the Class of 2010, one of the most diverse in the University’s history. As of yesterday, 1,319 students planned […]

Hashemi plans return to Yale, sponsor says

Former Taliban diplomat Rahmatullah Hashemi hopes to return to Yale’s Nondegree Students Program next year, said Tatiana Maxwell, one of Hashemi’s three financial supporters and […]

Hashemi denied admission to degree program

Rahmatuallah Hashemi — the former diplomat to the foreign minister of the Taliban — was denied admission to Yale’s degree-granting Eli Whitney Students Program, according […]

Capelluto ’08 dies in collision with truck

  Alexander Capelluto ’08, a rising junior in Berkeley College, was killed Thursday morning when he was hit by a truck while biking to campus […]

Former dean battles maelstrom at Duke

With members of the Duke University men’s lacrosse team accused of raping a black stripper, the ensuing media firestorm has drawn a man familiar to […]

Hashemi may seek degree program spot

Rahmatullah Hashemi has submitted his application to the Eli Whitney Students Program, said Mike Hoover, one of three founders of the International Education Foundation, the […]

Abroad rules are loosened

Starting next year, sophomores will have the opportunity to study abroad during their spring semester, Yale College Dean Peter Salovey said Wednesday. Until now, only […]

Officials debate aid reforms

As the University considers certain proposed changes to Yale’s financial aid policy, administrators have recently given conflicting recommendations for which changes to prioritize. At an […]

Acceptance rate hits record low

The prospective members of the Class of 2010 navigating Yale’s campus today are part of an elite group. These high school seniors survived the most […]

Taliban case spurs Blue Book change

Former Taliban diplomat Rahmatullah Hashemi’s presence as a non-degree special student at Yale has put pressure on administrators to expedite ongoing efforts to clarify the […]