Ryan Gittler
Staff Reporter
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Geraldo Rivera resigns as Calhoun associate fellow

“Been an honor but intolerant insistence on political correctness is lame,” Geraldo Rivera tweeted.

Former SOM dean dies at 75

Michael E. Levine LAW ’65, former dean of the Yale School of Management for four years and an expert in airline deregulation, died recently at the age of 75.

Letter calls on Dean Snyder to condemn travel ban

A letter urging School of Management Dean Edward Snyder to condemn President Donald Trump’s executive order in a joint statement with other business school leaders has garnered 224 signatures from SOM students.

Gender gap in business persists, SOM study finds

Women are underrepresented in business schools and this inequality continues to grow as women progress through academia, according to a new study from the Women in Management club.

YUAG director to step down in 2018

Jock Reynolds will step down from his position as director of the Yale University Art Gallery when his term ends in June 2018.

Transferring roots

When I first told some friends I was considering a move from Timothy Dwight to the new colleges, one of them gave me a stark rebuke: leave TD, and you’ll be stabbing Sasha Pup in the heart.

Beloved Samoyed Sasha Pup to leave Yale

When Timothy Dwight resident fellow David McCormick brought his new Samoyed puppy home in 2013, it was the start of something special.

With Commons closing, Asian food options unknown

As Commons at the Schwarzman Center prepares for renovation this summer, the fate of its Asian Station — which features fried rice, stir fried vegetables and lo mein — is up in the air.

Yale grad eyed for Supreme Court

Steven Colloton LAW ’88 is on a list of 21 possible Supreme Court nominees selected by President-elect Donald Trump.

Ben Carson ’73 appointed to lead Department of Housing and Urban Development

Ben Carson, who was formerly a rival to Trump in the Republican primary, but later endorsed him, is the fourth Yale College alumnus to join the Trump administration in the past week.

Stephen Schwarzman ’69 to advise Trump

Schwarzman will chair Trump’s Strategic and Policy Forum, which consists of sixteen executives from prominent firms like Walt Disney, JP Morgan, IBM and General Electric.