Steven Siegel
Bottomly to leave for Wellesley presidency

In the latest in a string of departures from the Yale Provost’s Office to presidencies elsewhere, Deputy Provost Kim Bottomly will become president of Wellesley […]

CCL renovations to change space

This year’s seniors won’t get to study in a newly renovated Cross Campus Library, but at least they’ll get to see a newly reopened Cross […]

Union says no to election

In a letter released on Friday, the union seeking to organize at Yale-New Haven Hospital soundly rejected a hospital proposal for a new Election Principles […]

First national Dominican conference kicks off

This weekend marks the Dominican Students Association’s first-ever conference, the first step, its organizers say, in building a more connected network of Dominican college students. […]

Biology facility delayed

Construction on a new biology building on Whitney Avenue, originally slated to begin last summer, is now expected to begin in 2009, potentially delaying a […]

TV spot accuses Y-NH of fraud

A new SEIU 1199 advertisement targeting Yale-New Haven Hospital may seem to be the harbinger of a renewed war of words, but some city leaders […]

Aerator was a new model

The lawn aerator that seriously injured a University groundskeeper last week was a new model, and had been in operation for a total of only […]

Univ. business managers to collaborate

As part of an unusual bid to improve behind-the-scenes operations at Yale, departmental business managers will now share more information with each other and receive […]

Worker’s condition improves to stable

A grounds maintenance worker who was seriously injured in an accident on campus last week is now in stable condition, hospital officials said Sunday night. […]

Bus GPS system sees expansion

Administrators plan to announce recent improvements made to the Yale’s bus system this week, including an expanded online bus locator and new service to Union […]

Resolution to union debate remains distant

The unionization campaign at Yale-New Haven Hospital, already nine years in the making, could soon see many more months — or even years — of […]