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Anti-Yale animal rights protest draws small crowd

More than two months after Yale labs were cited for animal safety violations, protesters gathered to publicize the alleged abuses further. Carrying signs that read […]

Dodd calls for return of Inca artifacts

Another voice has joined the people of Peru in asking Yale to return artifacts from the historic Machu Picchu site. Connecticut Sen. Christopher Dodd returned […]

Univ. of Texas chancellor elected to Yale Corporation

Francisco Cigarroa ’79, chancellor of the University of Texas System and the first Latino to lead a major American university system, will be the newest […]

Embattled baseball donor arrested

Updated, May 25, 5:30 p.m. After months of allegations that John Mazzuto ’70, who gave at least $1.7 million to Yale’s baseball program, had made […]

Tickets required for Class Day — get them today!

Not all Yalies will get a seat at this year’s Class Day speech — only those with tickets will hear former President Bill Clinton LAW […]

In West Virginia, a preview of Clinton’s Class Day?

Yale graduates aren’t the only ones who will leave college with the words of former President Bill Clinton LAW ’73 ringing in their ears. Clinton […]

Machu Picchu centennial likely to lack Yale artifacts

With the 100th anniversary of Hiram Bingham’s discovery of the Inca archeological treasure Machu Picchu approaching, Peru’s Chamber of Tourism is preparing to celebrate — […]

David Apter, 1924-2010 | Professor fostered collaboration

David Apter, acclaimed political scientist and sociologist and beloved professor emeritus at Yale, died of illness Tuesday. He was 85 years old. Apter, an expert […]

Jackson Institute launches monthly round tables

As the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs prepares to open July 1, administrators this week introduced a new opportunity for students studying international affairs. Students […]

Univ. weighs next step on controversial investment

Yale’s Advisory Committee on Investment Responsibility has not found proof that HEI Hotels & Resorts mistreated employees. But if it does, the committee may urge […]

Watch Levin’s debate on education finance live

While Yale students party themselves into oblivion at Spring Fling today, University President Richard Levin will be debating the health of higher education in Washington, […]