Tyler Foggatt
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Roundtree arrested.

Last Friday, an arrest warrant was signed for New Haven resident Latrell Roundtree in connection with the Nov. 18 shooting and death of Isaiah Conyers. […]

Yale alters testing requirements

With a redesigned SAT set to launch in the spring, certain Ivy League schools — Yale included — have altered their testing requirements in order to accommodate the new exam.

Dartmouth reverts to need-aware aid policy

Until last week, six schools in the nation boasted a need-blind admissions policy for international students. Now, there are five.

Tweaked aid form seeks to put students at ease

Earlier this month, the Obama Administration announced a series of changes to the Federal Application for Student Aid that could simplify the process of applying for financial assistance.

Lagging or Leading?

Facilities workers at the University of Texas at Austin spent the morning of Tuesday, June 23 scrubbing. Campus awoke that day to find that three of its prominent statues — of Confederate leaders Robert E. Lee, Albert Sidney Johnston and Jefferson Davis — had been vandalized.

Ambassador program enters 10th year

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the University’s student ambassador program, which has grown in scale and scope since the program’s launch in 2005.

Yale grads earn more than most peers, less than other Ivy students

Going to Yale just might pay off.

YLS donor comes under scrutiny

Yale Law School Dean Robert Post and University President Peter Salovey announced on Thursday a $10 million donation that will create Abdallah S. Kamel Center for the Study of Islamic Law and Civilization at Yale Law School. But in the days since, the donor — Saudi Arabian billionaire Abdallah S. Kamel — and the center itself have begun to draw ire.

Yale fares well on White House releases college scorecard

The U.S. Department of Education released “college scorecards” for the nation’s universities this weekend, giving high school students and their parents a comprehensive way to measure schools according to metrics such as net tuition cost and alumni salaries.

University rolls out new Camp Yale financial aid initiatives

The University is continuing to increase its efforts to address students’ concerns of misinformation and lack of transparency regarding financial aid.

With donation, law school to open Islamic law center

Abdallah Kamel, chief executive of a banking and real estate company based in Saudi Arabia, donated $10 million to the Yale Law School to create a center for the study of Islamic Law and Civilization, YLS Dean Robert Post and University President Peter Salovey announced Thursday.