Kimberly Chow
University to require only two SAT subject tests rather than previous three

Students applying to Yale will now only have to submit scores for two, not three, SAT subject tests, the admissions office announced today. Since the […]

Princeton’s admit rate falls after apps hit record high

Princeton’s admit rate dropped 0.7 percent to an all-time low 9.5 percent this year, in line with unprecedented numbers of applications and record low acceptance […]

Junior wins Truman grant for study

While most other students his age were enjoying freshman orientation and hanging out with fellow students, Nathan Segal ’08 was focusing on the concerns of […]

Admission rate rises

Yale College’s total acceptance rate rose 0.7 percent to 9.6 percent this year for the class of 2011, while many other Ivies saw record-low acceptance […]

Bulldogs in India nixed

Due to new requirements imposed by the Indian government, Bulldogs in India will be canceled for this upcoming summer, the University announced Wednesday. The new […]

Three Elis receive science award

Three Yale students have been named Goldwater Scholars for the 2007-’08 academic year, earning them $7,500 in support of their scientific studies. Bennett Lane ’08, […]

Whitney review is complete

Yale students earning degrees through the special students program will have access to Yale financial aid next year, based on a review of the program […]

Harvard says it will accept fewer transfer students

Last week, Harvard College administrators announced that they will accept half as many transfer student applicants as they have in previous years in order to […]

Colleges criticize US News rank criteria

The US News and World Report “America’s Best Colleges” rankings have been published every August since 1983, but many education administrators and college consultants are […]

Univ. adapts to changes in SAT

The addition of the writing section to the SAT I two years ago has caused barely a ripple in college admissions at top-tier schools like […]

Eli Whitney review nears completion

Those enrolled in the degree-granting Eli Whitney Students Program are eagerly awaiting the the results of an evaluation expected to be released next week. In […]