Lorenzo Arvanitis
Staff Reporter
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Yale posts a $91 million surplus

The University’s $3.8 billion budget reported a surplus of $91 million in the 2017–18 fiscal year, according to a budget update published earlier this month.

YPD arrests 48 people at divestment sit-in

The Yale Police Department arrested 48 people — the vast majority of whom were Yale undergraduates — on Friday, ending a five-hour sit-in at the lobby of the Yale Investments Office.

Donors help steer science projects

As the University outlines the implementation of the University Science Strategy Committee’s recommendations, donors’ investment decisions will become one of the key determinants of Yale’s […]

Filing reveals University’s fossil fuel investment

Despite the long-standing push from student activists to divest from fossil fuels, Yale still has a direct stake of $78 million invested in Antero Resources.

Yale-NUS group calls for divestment

The fossil fuel divestment movement has gained traction at Yale’s sister school in Singapore, where a new student group, Fossil Free Yale-NUS College, launched a […]

Davis ’67 stresses Michael Cohen’s “transformation”

In an interview with the News, Michael Cohen’s lawyer Lanny Davis ’67 LAW ’70 said Cohen's admittal that he lied about Trump's ties to Moscow was a symbol of his transformation.

Yale Athletics prioritizes travel opportunities

Though most students opt to travel abroad during the summer months, student-athletes on the men’s basketball and hockey teams journeyed across the world to compete […]

Gift from Poorvu family endows CTL

A major gift from the Poorvu family will establish a permanent endowment for the Yale Center for Teaching and Learning, covering the center’s operational costs […]

Breaking with peers, Yale reaffirms opposition to Local 33

As Brown University and Columbia University formally recognized their graduate student unions, Yale yet again reaffirmed its opposition to recognizing the University’s own graduate student […]

Yale lobbies against new Title IX guidelines

As the Department of Education develops its overhaul of policies for campus adjudication of sexual misconduct, Yale’s lobbyists have flocked to Washington to advocate against […]

Committee recommends global affairs school

A University committee has recommended converting the Jackson Institute of Global Affairs into a new degree-offering school, the first potential new school at Yale in over 40 years.