Patrick Peoples
Lawsuits question Yale grad’s business practices

A series of lawsuits alleging financial misconduct have been brought against Joshua Bryce Newman ’01, a native of Silicon Valley who studied computer science and neuroscience at Yale.

Summer tour guide position still desirable

As thousands of Yalies leave New Haven over the summer to pursue internships and study abroad programs elsewhere, a few will remain behind to welcome the thousands more arriving to tour the University.

European Student Conference encourages activism on campuses

Eighty students from 46 American universities and one European college gathered on campus Friday and Saturday to attend the first annual European Student Conference.

Alumni create their own Feb Club

February is not known for being the most lighthearted of months. But one alumni group has been serving up an antidote to the mid-winter blues for several years now.

Obama plan could make Gateway Community College more affordable for students

President Barack Obama’s plan, announced last Thursday, to expand community college funding nationwide could have a significant impact on Gateway Community College, located in downtown New Haven.

Harp discusses Elm City growth

Ten months into her tenure as mayor of New Haven, Toni Harp stopped by the University for a Master’s Tea on Thursday, where she highlighted her strategy to address the city’s major issues.

Yale ranks third again

The 2015 U.S. News and World Report college rankings were released early on Tuesday morning, marking the beginning of another admissions cycle.