Martha Fulford
‘Grand Strategy’ to return this spring

The grand strategists of tomorrow will not have to wait a year to begin their training. Professors John Gaddis and Paul Kennedy and diplomat-in-residence Charles […]

Harvard to begin curricular review

Harvard dean William Kirby, head of the school’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences, announced on Oct. 7 the first review of Harvard’s undergraduate curriculum in […]

Academic review finds lessons in past

To a committee of Yale professors meeting in 1971, fourteen residential colleges and an open-air ice skating rink on Cross Campus seemed the best way […]

Corporation focuses on budget, New Haven

Despite an ongoing labor controversy and an imminent announcement on early decision policy, the Yale Corporation focused primarily on long-term strategies during its meeting this […]

Law School to allow military recruiters

Suspending a decades-old nondiscrimination policy, the Law School will allow military recruiters to participate in its campus interview program this fall, Law School Dean Anthony […]

Economics fills slots with 2 new profs

Joseph Altonji ’75 went to graduate school partly because he was inspired by research he did with professors while an undergraduate in New Haven. Now […]

New tests offer differing verdicts on Vinland map

The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library’s Vinland map could be a representation of North America dating from before Columbus sailed across the Atlantic Ocean. […]

City works to install fountain on Green

The New Haven Green first got water for drinking and fire protection in 1862. Now the Green will commemorate the arrival of its first water, […]

Walk-on athletes toe the varsity line

Many freshmen arrive at Yale having played sports during their high school days. Some believe that they now must hang up their sneakers or cleats […]

Sept. 11 attacks jolt, shock campus

In the aftermath of the Sept. 11 World Trade Center attacks, Yale had become a different place — Frisbees were absent from Old Campus, and […]

Committee reviews Yale education

At last October’s Tercentennial celebrations, Yale President Richard Levin announced plans for the first comprehensive review of undergraduate education in 30 years. A month later, […]