Raymond Carlson
Recruiting: Should Yale target locals?

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. For the past 25 years, the average number of freshmen in each Yale […]

FENCING | Elis fall in last meet

Yale’s men’s and women’s fencing teams encountered some obstacles in Sunday’s Ivy League Championship meet, the second of two to decide the title for the […]

College recruitment falls nationwide

As the economic crisis worsens, the number of on-campus job and internship interviews made available to Elis — and to college students around the country […]

Aid policy changes little for 2012

The proportion of low-income students in Yale’s freshman class increased by less than 1 percentage point from 2007 to 2008, Director of Student Financial Services […]

Program bridges applicant divide

Joyce Yang’s acceptance to the Yale College class of 2013 was a mix of serendipity and hard work. A senior at Albemarle High School in […]

FENCING | One win, two losses for both teams

In Sunday’s Ivy League Championship meet — the first of two to decide the Ancient Eight title — Yale’s men’s and women’s fencing teams saw […]

Four Elis win Gates scholarships

Four Yale students were awarded the Gates Cambridge Scholarship this year for graduate study at the University of Cambridge in England, the Office of Fellowship […]

Study abroad numbers plateau

Yale has seen nearly no change in the total number of students studying abroad during the academic year, likely due to students’ economic concerns and […]

Briefly: Stanford applications rise 20 percent

Stanford University received a record-setting 30,349 applications to the undergraduate class of 2013, marking a 20 percent rise compared to last year, the university announced […]

UK Bulldogs program may be canceled

Yalies hoping to spend the summer working in the United Kingdom may need to start looking for opportunities elsewhere, Undergraduate Career Services Director Phil Jones […]

Getting into med school: In search of the top 250 applicants

Despite mounting pressure from the medical community to expand in the face of a national physician shortage, the first-year class at what is arguably Yale’s […]