Steven Syverud
Admissions shifts focus to S. America recruiting

In an attempt to recruit more talented South American students, Yale admissions officers have packed their bags and taken flight. Until five years ago, the […]

La Casa works to welcome Latinos

La Casa Cultural, Latino alumni and the admissions office are pooling their resources to try to ensure that qualified Latino high school students do not […]

Hasta la vista, Gray Davis

As reports confirmed Arnold Schwarzenegger’s win in a historic recall election Monday night, Yale’s large constituency of Californians expressed mixed feelings about the newly-minted governor. […]

Education Exchange debates vouchers

A Calhoun College junior, two Yale professors and a former New Haven public education official inaugurated a debate series on education Tuesday with a discussion […]

Winroth garners “genius grant”

It’s official — history professor Anders Winroth has been dubbed a genius, and he has a $500,000 grant to show for it. The MacArthur Foundation […]

Law school hopefuls discover one another

The budding lawyers of Yale College will now have a forum to discuss everything legal — from international human rights to the Law School Admissions […]

Shapiro tackles U.S. criminal justice system

After collaborating with the Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr. and Jesse Jackson, Jr. on a recent book “Legal Lynching,” Bruce Shapiro, a political analyst and investigative […]

Teenage mag ranks Yale No. 2 college in America

The rankings are in, and Yale is No. 2 again. But this time it’s because Yale’s guys aren’t quite cute enough. At about the same […]