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Trying to shed the Yale admissions myth

In Minot, N.D., a town of 36,567 that hugs the Canadian border, rolling green hills give way to endless miles of flat land. The one-room […]

Government set to renew law on financial aid

Federal rules limiting financial aid discussion between Yale and other top schools will temporarily be lifted next week. For a short time, representatives from a […]

Trying to shed the Yale admissions myth

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. In Minot, N.D., a town of 36,567 that hugs the Canadian border, rolling […]

Football alum thought dead in twin towers

In his playing days, Richard Y. Lee ’91 stood 6 feet 4 inches tall, tilting the scales at 265 pounds. The broad-shouldered defensive tackle from […]

Hoorn ’01 among those missing in New York

Brad Hoorn ’01, a tall, thin and quiet economics major working as a first-year research associate at Fred Alger Management in One World Trade Center, […]

Alumni searching for classmates

Still shocked by Tuesday’s tragedies, Yale families, students and alumni have turned to the University and their Yale friends for answers — but definite information […]

Unknown number of alums affected

More than 50,000 people work at the World Trade Center and 150,000 visit each day, and after a terrorist attack destroyed the center’s signature twin […]

Head of fellowships departs for Rochester

She never thought she’d leave Yale, but then he swept her off her feet. They married last April, moved to Rochester, N.Y., and lived happily […]

Yale hopes big wage jump draws workers

Like many other busy Yale students, Emily Guilmette ’03 is thrilled about Yale’s recent announcement to dramatically increase student wages this year. “It’s helpful because […]

2005: Tougher, smaller, better

Don’t feel intimidated, but this year’s crop of freshmen is the most competitive and most diverse bunch ever. The 1,298 members of the Class of […]

New aid plan marked by options

Now that Yale’s sweeping aid reform is out in the open, administrators are saying it nearly matches aid packages presented earlier this year by Harvard […]