Lorenzo Arvanitis
Staff Reporter
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Director of Athletics Chun hits the ground running

A couple of months ago, students walking into Ray Tompkins House, home to the University’s athletics administration, would have been quick to notice the barren […]

Yale economist William Nordhaus awarded Nobel Prize for Economic Science

On Monday, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awarded Yale Sterling Professor of Economics William D. Nordhaus ’63 the 2018 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science.

65 faculty hired through diversity initiative

Yale has recruited 65 new diverse faculty members since 2015 as part of the Faculty Excellence and Diversity Initiative, launched during a period of heated […]

Endowment reaches record high

Yale’s endowment posted a return of 12.3 percent over the last fiscal year that ended on June 30, the Investments Office announced Monday.

Expansion of Jackson Institute in question

Since last spring, a committee at the University has been contemplating expansion of the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs. But for now, the future scope […]

Yale startup employs and empowers refugees

When Caterina Passoni ’18 first crossed paths with Nieda Abbas, an Iraqi refugee and mother of six, as her English-as-a-second-language teacher, Abbas had been unemployed […]

Yale introduces changes to shuttle system

As students tried to use the Yale shuttle system to escape the Tuesday downpour, many noticed that some of the bus lines were no longer […]

Eric Wang
University under federal probe for discriminatory admissions practices

Yale is under investigation by the Department of Justice and Department of Education into whether the University discriminates in admissions on the basis of race and against Asian-American applicants.

“Good Life Center” opens in Silliman

With the fall semester now in full swing, students are flocking to libraries, scrambling to complete problem sets and rushing to turn in their first […]

Syria ambassador advocates “realist” foreign policy

In Morse College’s first tea of the year, former Ambassador to Syria Robert Ford discussed an alternative to American hegemony — a “realist approach” to […]

Yale alums combat “fake news” with startup

NewsGuard Technologies, a new company co-founded by Steven Brill ’72 LAW ’75 and Gordon Crovitz LAW ’86, recently launched its first product — a web […]