Steven Siegel
Univ. keeps low profile in unionization dispute

Thirteen months ago, Yale-New Haven Hospital and SEIU District 1199 showed no signs of reaching an agreement in their dispute over the hospital’s proposed cancer […]

Faculty object to searches

As a federal investigation into possible mismanagement of grant monies at Yale enters its eighth month, some professors are speaking out against what they say […]

Univ. announces new power plant

To accommodate its increasingly power-hungry infrastructure and defer a skyrocketing electricity bill, the University is planning to build a new electrical plant on the School […]

Univ. is leader in green

Yale’s environmental efforts took center stage at last week’s meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, as global warming emerged as a dominant […]

Hospital hearing canceled

A Board of Aldermen hearing on unionization disputes at Yale-New Haven Hospital has been called off after the hospital’s top administrator declined to attend. In […]

Univ. fifth in sustainability

The reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, the introduction of biodiesel-fueled buses and new “green” building standards were not enough to give Yale the top score […]

Survey: YSFP growth is a hit

Students are eating up the expanded Yale sustainable food offerings, according to a recent survey of the student body. Results of the survey, conducted online […]

Univ. tuition remains up in the air

Though Princeton announced Sunday that for the first time in four decades it will not increase tuition next year, Yale’s tuition — which may not […]

Princeton holds tuition steady, though room and board will rise

For the first time in 40 years, Princeton University will not raise its tuition, the school announced Sunday. Strong endowment returns, substantial alumni giving and […]

Univ. leads in investing

Endowments nationwide are increasingly echoing Yale’s investment strategies, two recent studies suggest. The average U.S. educational endowment grew approximately 10.7 percent in the 2006 fiscal […]

Y-NH hospital dispute sets unions against Univ.

The dispute between Yale-New Haven Hospital and the union seeking to organize 1,800 of its employees has now spilled over to affect the University’s relationship […]