Martha Fulford
History of Art to try out new required seminar

With a new junior seminar requirement, history of art majors may soon engage in some “community building.” Next spring, History of Art Director of Undergraduate […]

Fellowship created to honor Sanders

Between her sophomore and junior years, Stacey Sanders ’98 spent the summer in Florence — a trip that family members said she recalled fondly. More […]

Harvard reports slight drop in grades

More than a year after a newspaper investigation turned up evidence of massive grade inflation at Harvard University, the school announced last month that its […]

Some profs remain hesitant on online evals

After the implementation of an online course evaluation system last semester, Yale professors are now beginning to receive feedback on their courses. Charles Bailyn, chairman […]

Grad aid plans reveal differences at Harvard, Yale

Coming on the heels of a major initiative at Harvard University, Yale’s decision this week to increase graduate student stipends has focused attention on the […]

Yale boosts graduate student aid

Yale will increase graduate student stipends to $16,000 next year, Graduate School Dean Peter Salovey announced Tuesday. The announcement comes less than two weeks after […]

Academic review nears final stage

Nearly a year after its first meeting, the Committee on Yale College Education is taking final steps to produce a formal set of recommendations. Over […]

Masters, DKE brothers help administration craft response

In the hours after a car accident that would take the lives of four Yale students and injure five others, University administrators began the arduous […]

Yale to offer competitive aid

Following Harvard President Larry Summers’ announcement Wednesday that Harvard will devote $14 million to graduate student financial aid, Yale Graduate School Dean Peter Salovey said […]

Harvard offers new grad aid

Harvard University President Larry Summers introduced a three-part financial aid program Wednesday, aimed at attracting graduate students interested in careers in public sevice. The plan […]

Illnesses keep Bloom, Winks out of classroom for spring

Students hoping to take courses this spring from two famous Yale professors will have to return to their Blue Books. Neither humanities professor Harold Bloom, […]