Julia Zorthian
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World Fellow Alexei Navalny receives 5-year jail sentence

Alexei Navalny, a 2010 Yale World Fellow and leader of the opposition to Russian President Vladimir Putin, received a 5-year jail sentence today for stealing […]

Escalating conflict forces Yale students from Egypt

Three undergraduates departed the country amid the recent political unrest.

University sues college consulting firm Yale Academy

When it comes to Yale, there can only be one. After the University filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against the college exam consultant company Yale […]

A quiet Monday morning ushers in a new era for Yale

Peter Salovey entered Woodbridge Hall as Yale's president for the first time on July 1.

Salovey steps into office

After nearly eight months of waiting, Peter Salovey finally entered the doors of Woodbridge Hall as Yale’s 23rd president today. Salovey has served as president-elect […]

UPDATE: Princeton resumes operations after bomb threat

Princeton University lifted its evacuation order at 6:25 p.m. Tuesday evening, after announcing the school-wide closure due to a bomb threat earlier in the day. […]

Corporation to gain two new members in July

University President Richard Levin announced that Joshua Bekenstein ’80 and Catharine Hill GRD ’85 will join the board in July.

Tim Taylor, legendary Yale hockey coach, dies at 71

Former Yale hockey coach Tim Taylor led a U.S. Olympic team and four national teams at the world championships.

University confers 3,084 degrees at 312th Commencement

University President Richard Levin conferred undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees at Monday's ceremony.


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Yale fined $165,000 for Clery Act violations

The Department of Education has fined Yale for inadequate reporting of crime statistics, including the omission of four incidents of forcible sex offenses in 2001 and 2002.