June Torbati
New majors attract students in first year

Less than a year after their creation last February, the modern Middle East studies and computing and the arts majors are already generating interest among […]

Salovey’s next step

When asked to share an anecdote that characterizes Peter Salovey’s four-year tenure as dean of Yale College, Deputy Dean Joseph Gordon does not describe a […]

EP&E directors call for permanent faculty

As Yale’s most popular interdisciplinary major undergoes a change in leadership, current professors say they hope to make some key changes to the structure of […]

Demand exacerbates writing-tutor shortage

Student demand for the services of residential-college writing tutors is at an all-time high. But despite the surge, tutors’ hours will remain capped. The 12 […]

Stiles gets a new master in Pitti ’91

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. University President Richard Levin announced Thursday evening the new master and associate master […]

English Dept. to augment writing courses, faculty

In an effort to meet increasing student demand for upper-level writing classes and bolster the writing concentration, the English department is augmenting current offerings in […]

Dean’s office creates ‘assessment’ position

Pointing to an increasing national and University focus on self-assessment, Yale College Dean Peter Salovey announced last week a new position within the Dean’s Office […]

Yale seeks feedback on ’03 curricular changes

Three years after Yale College implemented new curricular requirements, administrators are probing students about their academic experiences to assess the impact of those changes. The […]

Levesque to move into new position

Dean of Freshman Affairs George Levesque will step down from his post at the end of this academic year in order to assume a new […]

Tenure system triggers faculty culture shift

When Jill North, an assistant professor in the philosophy department, was considering a job offer from Yale four years ago, she could think of only […]

Some humanities buck trends, grow

Last semester, Japanese Literature professor Edward Kamens, then the acting director of the Whitney Humanities Center, noticed a consistent refrain in conversations with professors — […]