Lorenzo Arvanitis
Staff Reporter
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Berry to lead new econ center

Steven Berry, the David Swensen Professor of economics, will serve as the inaugural director of the Tobin Center for Economic Policy at Yale, the economics […]

Yalies queue for hours, hoping for tickets to The Game

This year, Yalies were allotted just 2,500 student tickets for the annual Yale-Harvard game, prompting widespread paranoia as students scrambled to get their hands on tickets to one of the most anticipated games of the year.

Students Scramble to Buy Harvard Yale Tickets

Tickets for the annual Harvard Yale football game went on sale Thursday. Students scrambled to buy tickets before they sold out in record time.

New econ center to open in 2022

Four months ago, the University announced the creation of the Tobin Center for Economic Policy — a new $60 million enterprise intended to advance economic […]

University tweaks parental leave policy

University Provost Benjamin Polak announced a set of reforms to its parental leave policies, which will allow faculty members to receive parental leave benefits regardless of their spouse’s employment status.

Report reveals that Yale invests in cryptocurrency

Joining a growing market, Yale is investing in cryptocurrency funds, according to a Bloomberg report published earlier this month.

Schwarzman donates $350 million to MIT

Stephen Schwarzman ’69 gave $350 million to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to establish a new college for computing and artificial intelligence.

Kavanaugh poses a potential threat for affirmative action, experts say

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh ’87 LAW ’90 may pose a threat to the use of affirmative action in schools across the country, according to legal experts.

Gender imbalance in STEM remains despite diversity initiative

As the University enters the third year of its Faculty Excellence and Diversity Initiative, a gender imbalance in STEM departments persists.

Harvard diving coach resigns in wake of allegations of sexual misconduct

Harvard’s head diving coach Chris Heaton resigned following allegations of sexual misconduct, which surfaced last week, the university announced in an email to coaches and […]

West Campus thrives ten years later

In 2007, a Bayer Pharmaceuticals research facility was hard at work manufacturing penicillin and Alka-Seltzer, two of the most commonly available drugs in the world, […]