Matthew Lloyd-Thomas
Staff Reporter
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Amidst budget cuts, labor relations teetering

There is a common topic of discussion in dining halls, administrative offices, facilities trucks and elsewhere these days: budget cuts.

Administrators copy “Abbey Road”

Yet to be made public is when the group's next album will be released.

New course system led to chaos, frustration

Over the course of last spring and this past summer, a new system for constructing Yale College’s course catalog caused severe headaches for academic administrators.

Yale Corporation member wins RI primary

Gina Raimondo LAW '98, who joined the Yale Corporation as an alumni fellow this summer, won Rhode Island's democratic gubernatorial nomination Tuesday.

Harvard receives $350 million gift

The gift is one of the largest donations in higher education of all time.

In second year, Salovey looks to shape Yale

Now, Salovey is facing his “sophomore year,” as he said in an August email.

Between GESO and administration, silence prevails

In late April, graduate students delivered a petition with over 1,000 signatures to Woodbridge Hall, demanding recognition as employees of the University and the right to form a union.

After corporation decision, divestment strategy uncertain

At Yale, the campaign for the University to divest from the fossil fuel industry began with an 83-page report.

Class of 2018: Freshman Survey

In early August, before freshman move-in day, the News issued a 33– question survey to members of the class of 2018. Six hundred and twenty–three freshmen responded, sharing their backgrounds and aspirations for the bright college years ahead of them. The results are presented here.

Yale to weigh potential internal carbon pricing

Despite its decision not to divest from fossil fuel companies, the University is embarking on a set of new initiatives aimed at reducing Yale’s carbon footprint.

Yale in talks with Chinese donor for major gift

The University may soon receive a major donation for financial aid specifically for international Chinese undergraduates.