Lavinia Borzi
Staff Reporter
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Yale-NUS admits second class

On Tuesday, the second ever Yale-NUS admission cycle came to a close – 177 students were admitted, bringing the student body of the college up to 330.

YLS alum wins Malawi presidency

Peter Mutharika LAW '66 '69, a two-time Yale Law School graduate, was elected president of Malawi this weekend.

Geithner to partner with SOM

The Yale School of Management is partnering up with Timothy Geithner, former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, to spread practical knowledge on financial crisis prevention and response.

Yale to open center in China

Yale will open a center onsite in China called the Yale Leadership Center in Beijing.

Adams named Calhoun master

Sociology professor and Deputy Provost Julia Adams will be the next master of Calhoun College, University President Peter Salovey announced Thursday.

SOM builds new curriculum

The School of Management is setting its sights on teaching entrepreneurship starting next fall.

SOM grading amendments cause debate

Following controversy around recent grading policy changes at SOM, faculty and admins have reached out to dissatisfied community members.

Partnership signed at Africa conference

Yale deepened its connection to Africa on Monday at a conference about economic development.

YCC | Leah Motzkin ’16, president

Yale College Council presidential candidate Leah Motzkin ’16 has specific characteristics in mind for the next YCC president.

Yale-NUS, a liberal arts model?

Association of American Universities President Hunter Rawlings gave a speech last month in which he decried the criticism of liberal education in the United States.

New dean appointed for Berkeley Divinity School

The Berkeley Divinity School, a partner of Yale Divinity School, has appointed a new Dean – Andrew McGowan.