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High schooler launches lawsuit against College Board over SAT scoring

A New York high school senior filed a lawsuit in a Minnesota state court against the College Board and its vendor — Pearson Educational Measurement […]

Ingham ’65 sails around the world

Jonathan Ingham ’65 had a career many Yalies might find enviable — he was a successful investment banker in New York City for a decade […]

Travel aid increases

Scaled changes to students’ travel contributions within financial aid packages have been recalculated and will be implemented next year, Yale Director of Financial Aid Caesar […]

Admit rates could rise

While Yale and other Ivies continue to announce record-low rates of admission, higher education experts say this phenomenon may not continue for much longer, and […]

Univ. faces continued pressure on Hashemi

As the May 1 deadline for former Taliban diplomat Rahmatullah Hashemi’s application to the Eli Whitney Students Program draws near, Yale administrators have continued to […]

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 […]

Univ. admits Ivy record low

This year, it was harder than ever to become a Yalie, as the University’s overall acceptance rate for the Class of 2010 hit an Ivy […]

Levin stays mum on Hashemi

Yale officials denied a claim made in Monday’s Wall Street Journal Online that President Richard Levin would make the final decision about the application of […]

College Board announces additional SAT score changes

The College Board’s SAT snafu reached new lows this week when the board announced that an additional 393 test takers received mistakenly low scores on […]

Hispanic magazine ranks Yale fourth

Yale placed in the top five in Hispanic Magazine’s list of the top 25 colleges for Latinos this year, after failing to make the cut […]

NYU trumps Yale in dream school rankings

For the third year in a row, college-bound seniors picked the Big Apple over the Bulldogs. In the third annual “College Hopes & Worries Survey” […]