Ross Goldberg
Univ. presents library plans

The University will present a new proposal on Monday for renovations to the Yale-owned Lewis Walpole Library in Farmington, Conn., a month after the town’s […]

Plans for renovation await study

Yale will begin drafting a more detailed plan for the full renovation of Calhoun, Ezra Stiles and Morse colleges by the end of this month, […]

Startup royalties boost science budget

Following a period of waning confidence in University startup companies, technologies spawned on Yale’s campus are making a comeback. Last Friday, University officials announced that […]

Univ. takes $500M out of fund

Yale has withdrawn $500 million from a highly successful hedge fund it helped to found two years ago. The University split with Children’s Investment Fund […]

Investment Office’s Alexander to assume position at MIT

Seth Alexander ’95, a director at Yale’s Investment Office, will leave the University in June to head the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Investment Management Company. […]

Damaged SML texts are restored

Collections damaged in a January steam pipe burst that flooded Sterling Memorial Library appear to have been restored successfully, library staff said Friday. Following a […]

Harvard to divest from company with ties to Sudanese government

Harvard University announced Thursday that it will divest from China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation, or Sinopec, citing the company’s ties to the Sudanese government. The […]

Tuition rises to $43,050

The Yale College term bill for the 2006-07 academic year will increase 5 percent to $43,050, according to a University press statement scheduled to be […]

Sustainability effort tops target

The residential colleges consumed 10.6 percent less energy during spring break this March than they did last year, which brings the University one step closer […]

King named finance VP

Yale President Richard Levin named Shauna King, a former top official at PepsiCo, as the University’s next vice president for finance and administration Tuesday afternoon. […]

UC Board of Regents votes in favor of Sudan divestment

The University of California’s Board of Regents voted to divest from companies tied to the government of Sudan on Thursday, making the UC system the […]