Kimberly Chow
Stanford increases financial aid

Stanford University announced major improvements to its financial aid packages last week, specifically targeting middle-income families, but Yale administrators said Stanford is still playing catch-up […]

New funding lets 29 more Elis go to E. Asia

Twenty-nine additional students will head to East Asia in the coming year, as funding from the Maurice R. Greenberg Yale-China Initiative combines with that of […]

Univ. to up Light funding

More Yale students will likely receive Light Fellowships for East Asian language study this summer now that additional funding has been secured for the program. […]

Foreign Bulldogs job apps double

This year’s expansion of the International Bulldogs summer internship program has drawn praise from students and resulted in a surge in applications. Students have responded […]

Record-high seven Elis earn Gates Cambridge scholarship

Yale’s seven Gates Cambridge Scholars this year represent a record high for the University, International Education and Fellowship Programs administrators announced this week. This year’s […]

Local students get verdict on future

Dec. 15 approached like Judgment Day for Rebecca and Katie, two seniors at Hopkins School in New Haven. But when the decisions came, neither found […]

Ivy rivals see apps increase

According to data released this week, both Harvard and Princeton universities saw record numbers of applicants for the class of 2011, a stark departure from […]

Alum starts College Outreach program

When Nathan Herring ’06 started writing college application essays in the fall of his senior year of high school, his father gave him a choice: […]

Guides try to up their diversity

The Yale University Tour Guide program is increasing its focus on diversifying its membership this year in response to concerns that the group was not […]

Ghana to offer Bulldogs internships

At least five Bulldogs internship positions will be offered this summer in and around Accra, Ghana, through Undergraduate Career Services and the Office of International […]

Some blame fall in apps on Hashemi

Critics of Yale’s decision to admit former Taliban diplomat Rahmatullah Hashemi have suggested that the ensuing controversy was partially to blame for the decrease in […]