Rachel Siegel
Staff Reporter
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Yale summer internships expand in some cities

For students seeking internships coordinated through Yale College, the Office of Career Strategy expanded opportunities for the upcoming summer.

Lui to succeed Brenzel as TD master

Mary Lui, a professor of American Studies and history, will succeed Jeffrey Brenzel as the next master of Timothy Dwight College.

Two years in, Yale-NUS sets itself apart

Now in its second year, Yale-NUS is the only independent college bearing Yale’s imprint. It was founded with the guiding principle of bringing the liberal arts to Asia.

LGBTQ activism finds home at Yale-NUS

The social acceptance for the Singaporean LGBTQ community is broadening in this city-state that Yale has, in some ways, adopted. While older generations still adhere to religious and conservative traditions, their children are adopting those beliefs less and less. Singapore is changing.

OCS same-day appointments serve job seekers

For the second year in a row, the Office of Career Strategy is offering same-day appointments for seniors who have yet to secure post-graduation plans.

With expansion, changes to recruitment policy unclear

With the opening of two new residential colleges in the fall of 2017 will come an increase in the undergraduate student body by 15 percent. Among the 800 new students will be singers, engineers and poets. But whether or not this figure will include additional student-athletes has yet to be determined.

Term bill to increase by roughly 4 percent

During its February meeting, the Yale Corporation approved a 4 percent increase in the Yale College term bill for the 2015–16 academic year.

Thomas Near named Saybrook master

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology professor Thomas Near will be the next master of Saybrook College, University President Peter Salovey announced to a crowd of students Friday evening in the college's dining hall.

GESO releases report addressing college expansion

The Graduate Student and Employees Organization, released a report yesterday to call attention to the University’s unresolved questions about teaching positions and faculty diversity as Yale College prepares to expand.

DOJ funds studies on campus sexual assault policies

The Department of Justice is soliciting new research to identify constructive practices in both the investigation and adjudication of sexual assault complaints on university campuses.

Finding work in a bigger Yale College

Although the opening of the new residential colleges in 2017 will begin to increase the size of the student body by 15 percent, the number of student jobs is unlikely to see a proportionate boost.