Raymond Carlson
Despite bleak job market, Bulldogs applications down

In a year in which the economic recession has made finding summer jobs more difficult than usual, Yale’s Bulldogs Across America internship program is nonetheless […]

Rejection letters go paperless

For decades, early April has brought news — whether it was welcome or not — to the mailboxes of thousands of Yale applicants. This year, […]

At Nursing School, bracing for hard times

An increase in applications does not always spell steady enrollment, and the Yale School of Nursing is embracing this fact. Staff reporters Raymond Carlson and […]

AYA aims to expand service day

Less than two months before the Association of Yale Alumni’s first-ever dedicated, global alumni service day, organizers of the program are pushing to double its […]

Liberal arts colleges see decline in applications

While Yale celebrated a record total of about 26,000 applications this year — a roughly 14 percent rise over last year’s total — admissions news […]

Admissions Office faces possible cuts

With administrators across the University preparing for cuts to next year’s budget, recent cutbacks at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology offer clues […]

Briefly: News from spring break

State assembly kills bill regarding Catholic Church oversight In light of concerns over its constitutionality, state legislators killed a bill in the General Assembly that […]

U.S. Elis barred from program

Most Yalies hoping to spend the summer at an internship in the United Kingdom through the British Bulldogs program will need to look for work […]

YCC report recommends more aid reform

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Yale students are by and large pleased with Yale’s sweeping financial aid reforms, […]

Briefly: British Bulldogs still up in the air

It remains unclear whether Yale will be able to hold its international summer internship program, “British Bulldogs,” in the United Kingdom this year, Director of […]

Light Fellowship to offer 149 summer study awards

A record number of students will study on Richard U. Light Fellowships in Asia this year at no cost, but unlike last year, the University […]