Qi Xu
Staff Reporter
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The Opioid Solution

Sally Weiner ’18 opens her pocket-sized medical kit with care. Inside the pouch are a pair of blue medical gloves, a set of graphic instructions […]

Law library holds special place in Clintons’ story

Hillary Clinton LAW ’73 and Bill Clinton LAW ’73 disagree on where they first met.

New SOM deputy dean sets new goals

Over the summer, Edieal Pinker, professor of operations research at the School of Management, hastened to publish his academic papers. He knew that come July, becoming deputy dean of the SOM would leave him with less time for research.

Latinx Heritage Month kicks off at Div School

Under the lights of Yale Divinity School’s Marquand Chapel Friday evening, race scholar Eduardo Bonilla-Silva drove home one point: Systemic racism still exists in historically white colleges and universities.

Yale-NUS imports Yale’s secret societies

Yale-NUS has inherited from Yale its grass-filled courtyards, its late-night butteries, its seminar-style classrooms — and its secret societies.

Reflecting on 40 years of SOM

A portrait of William Donaldson ’53, founding dean of the Yale School of Management, still hangs in the dean’s suite of the school’s campus on Whitney Avenue.

New admins share Yale-NUS ties

Charles Bailyn ’81 has been back in New Haven for several months, but he still has Singapore on his mind.

A young Yale-NUS deals with faculty turnover

Yale-NUS upperclassmen returned to campus this semester to find some familiar faces gone, as a number of the school’s inaugural faculty have chosen to leave Singapore.

Div School seminar focuses on queer theory

Coursework on queer theology often startles those who see queer theory and religion as incompatible. But Yale Divinity School professor Linn Tonstad DIV ’03 GRD ’09 is not deterred by misunderstandings of her specialty.

With new class, Yale-NUS gets full house

Yale-NUS received over 9,000 applications for the class of 2020 and enrolled 210 applicants, almost tripling the size of its inaugural class four years ago.

SOM plans to cap MBA class size

Over the past five years, the School of Management has expanded its MBA class size by almost 50 percent to meet growing demand from applicants. But it will not keep expanding: administrators have decided to cap enrollment in the near future in an effort to preserve the school’s tight-knit community.