Ross Goldberg
Dining plan continues to evolve

With grass-fed beef and roasted shallot vinaigrette suddenly making regular appearances at the dinner table, student opinion of University dining services seems to have taken […]

Development drive kicks off

Beinecke Plaza will be crawling with the rich and powerful this weekend, as Yale kicks off a campaign to raise $3 billion during the next […]

Endowment skyrockets

Yale earned a 22.9 percent return on its endowment for the 2005-’06 fiscal year, outperforming nearly all its peers and increasing the endowment’s value to […]

King takes on new responsibilities

Four months into her position at Yale and three months into a feverish overhaul of the University’s accounting system, Vice President for Finance and Administration […]

Study on expansion accelerates

After months of speculation, Yale officials confirmed this weekend that administrators are quietly conducting a study on the feasibility of building two new residential colleges. […]

Yale pushes forward on plans for new colleges

Yale is quietly conducting a study on the feasibility of building multiple new residential colleges, University officials said this week. Within the last month or […]

Power outage strikes central campus

The outage — which lasted less than 20 minutes in some areas and several hours in others, according to some student reports — did not […]

Burger ’93 appointed to science and technology position

Robert Burger ’93, a former administrator in the nonprofit sector, has been appointed assistant provost for science and technology, Yale officials announced Wednesday. Burger will […]

Dining halls send back spinach

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. To the chagrin of vegetable lovers and E. coli viruses across campus, University […]

Bill sets up grant database

Congress passed a bill late last week that will set up an online database identifying about $1 trillion in federal grants and contracts, some of […]

Univ. dodges federal wiretapping mandate

Potential legal pitfalls for University Information Technology Services are getting more complicated over time, as Yale and other schools dodge new wiretapping requirements and eye […]