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News in Brief

Computers containing 10,000 SSNs are stolen from Dean’s Office Over 10,000 current and former students, faculty and staff had their Social Security numbers compromised in […]

Yale Health Plan to fund HPV vaccine

The Yale Health Plan’s Prescription Plus program will include coverage for Gardasil, the human papillomavirus vaccine released in June 2006, as well as several additional […]

Bottomly to leave for Wellesley presidency

In the latest in a string of departures from the Yale Provost’s Office to presidencies elsewhere, Deputy Provost Kim Bottomly will become president of Wellesley […]

Faculty approves South Asian Studies major

The proposal for a South Asian Studies major was unanimously accepted by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Thursday afternoon and will be added to […]

News in Brief: Joel Silverman named next Morse College dean at Wed. study break

English lecturer Joel Silverman will be the next dean of Morse College, Yale College Dean Peter Salovey announced to Morse students at a Wednesday night […]

Univ. to step up Middle East studies

The Council on Middle East Studies will unveil an initiative today that will commit more of the University’s resources to studying the contemporary Middle East. […]

Univ. ups grad student stipend

The standard stipend for graduate students in the humanities and social sciences will increase 5.26 percent to $20,000 in the next academic year, Graduate School […]

Univ. aids Elis with children

Doctoral students who want to have or adopt children will now receive financial support from the University. In a major change from existing policy, both […]

Eli uses math degree to win a Pulitzer

Even as a college reporter, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Charles Forelle ’02 had a penchant for detail and a passion for math. Forelle was awarded this […]

Tears shed for victims

“Shock, anger, awe, vulnerability”: These are just a few of the emotions Yalies have experienced in the aftermath of Monday’s shootings at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, […]

Humanities research may see more rules

Professors and students engaged in oral history research may eventually run into regulatory roadblocks similar to those their peers in psychology and the sciences face […]