Rachel Siegel
Staff Reporter
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Yale-NUS pilots peer counselors

The Wellness Center at Yale-NUS contains a small, white-walled room with a fuzzy rug, two small couches, pillows, a tea kettle and a small stuffed animal. Here, five nights a week, Yale-NUS students can come to talk with the certainty that their peers will be there to listen.

OCS releases preliminary 2015 first-destination data

Since 2013, the Office of Career Strategy has released the First Destination Survey, through which graduating students report their plans for after graduation, including employment and graduate studies.

2015 class list to keep Yalies connected

Keeping in touch with recent graduates just got easier.

Yale Law School, FES work towards climate summit

As the world’s top governmental leaders convened for the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen in December 2009, a sense of hope for international agreement on climate change was in the air.

SOM sees record female enrollment

As the School of Management strives to stake a reputation as one of the leading business schools in the world, recent recruitment efforts have brought record numbers of women to campus.

Yale-NUS students create elections survey

In less than three weeks, the website, which consists of a 15-question survey addressing major political issues in this year’s election, went from conception to viral online resource, hitting 182,052 users in nine days.

Yale-NUS settles into new campus

Three years after its debut as Singapore’s first liberal arts institution, Yale-NUS has a campus to call its own.

Divinity School launches leadership program

The Yale Divinity School is launching a new program this fall meant to cultivate leadership skills among students across campus.

All Our Worldly Goods

When my grandparents moved into a four-bedroom Houston home in 1965, they brought only a modest collection of prized possessions: the record player and its dozens of classical records, the sepia-toned photographs of relatives from the old country, the piano and its reams of sheet music.

SOM modifies core curriculum

The School of Management’s core curriculum underwent a series of changes this fall, namely those targeted at enhancing students’ global exposure.

OCS rolls out new career network

For students and alumni looking to interact via Yale’s online databases, an upgraded service from the Office of Career Strategy may provide expanded opportunities.