Matthew Lloyd-Thomas
Staff Reporter
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SOM professor’s lawsuit moves forward

School of Management professor Constance Bagley’s lawsuit against the University is one step closer to trial.

Corporation votes against divestment

The Yale Corporation has voted not to divest the University’s assets from fossil fuel companies.

In Convocation Address, Salovey emphasizes free expression

University President Peter Salovey emphasized the centrality of free expression to the University and education at large to the class of 2018.

Indian education minister invokes Yale certificate

India's education minister, Smriti Irani, stoked controversy this week by claiming that she holds a certificate from Yale.

American History professor awarded National Humanities Medal

David Brion Davis, a Sterling professor of American history, will be the 2013 recipient of the National Humanities Medal.

Commons to end hot breakfast

Due to a combination of budgetary concerns and other factors, Yale Dining will be making two major changes in the upcoming academic year. 

Yale seeks new lawyer

On Wednesday, University President Peter Salovey solicited nominations and applications for the replacement for longtime Vice President and General Counsel Dorothy Robinson.

Commons to stop serving breakfast

Amid other budget-motivated changes to Yale Dining, Commons will no longer be open for breakfast beginning this school year.

University employee charged with fraud

A former University employee has been charged with operating a kickback scheme that brought in tens of thousands of dollars over eight years.

University President officiates a wedding

In addition to leading Yale, University President Peter Salovey also performs weddings.

Raimondo LAW ’98 elected to Yale Corporation

After months of balloting, Gina Raimondo LAW '98 has been elected to the Yale Corporation, the University's highest governing body, as an alumni fellow.