Spandana Bhattacharya
Yale Baroque Opera Project to stage rarely performed piece

In their upcoming production, members of the Yale Baroque Opera Project will perform in English for the first time ever.

Yale-NUS to offer gender neutral housing

In its fourth semester of operation, Yale-NUS has become the only institution of higher education in Singapore to offer gender-neutral housing to its students.

Yale-NUS students decry dining hall standards

Frustrated with poor food quality in dining halls, students at Yale-NUS have been working with the administration to improve their options.

Socioeconomic status, brain surface area linked

In the largest-ever interdisciplinary study of its kind, researchers have established links between low socioeconomic status and brain structure.

Two years in, financial literacy workshops remain a success

Over two years, an alumni-led project to provide financial literacy education has reached an audience of exactly 2,650 Yale College and Graduate School students.

Committees to recommend changes to Yale-NUS curriculum

One of Yale-NUS’s most distinctive features, and a defining aspect of the academic experience at the new liberal arts college in Singapore, might soon see major changes.

At Yale-NUS, study abroad expands

The addition of two new study abroad programs and the introduction of a petition process by the Centre for International and Professional Experience at Yale-NUS have made it easier for the college’s first few classes of students to study abroad. Precisely where they may study, however, remains uncertain, owing in part to conflicting statements from Yale’s CIPE office and its counterpart in Singapore.

Philanthropy conference attracts hundreds

Roughly 300 people came together on Friday to discuss the latest strategies and developments in the field of philanthropy.

Yale-NUS to hold first student elections

Under the guidance of a newly ratified constitution, Yale-NUS students will host their first student government elections on Feb. 4 and Feb. 5. And with campaigns underway, candidates are trying to craft the identity of a school only four semesters old.