Victor Wang
Staff Reporter
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Broadcasting center help Yale profs with MOOCs

While it may be challenging to come up with creative lectures for a class of 300 students, some Yale professors this semester have found the space for pedagogical experimentation through online lecture ventures.

Yale Degree Audit launches college-wide

Yale students scrambling to figure out their distributional requirements can now look to the Yale Degree Audit, a new tool offered by the University Registrar, for guidance.

New app streamlines events

Ublend has connected 1,130 Yalies with 144 student groups since founder Azzah Hyder ’16 brought it to campus in August.

Before classes, new faculty receive instruction in teaching

A week before their classes began, the University’s newest faculty members received a new crash course in the unique aspects of teaching at Yale.

Carbon charge plan draws mixed reviews

Days after the Presidential Carbon Charge Task Force presented its blueprint to introduce a carbon charge on campus, students and environmental experts have both praised and criticized the plan.

Brenzel to advise Salovey as research associate

Even after he steps down from his role as master of Timothy Dwight College, Jeffrey Brenzel will remain a member of the Yale community next year, working part-time for University President Peter Salovey.

Unsealing the Tombs: Society and Its Discontents

A senior member of a landed society was cautiously optimistic about Avraham’s plan to reform senior societies. “I’m acutely aware that the tap process can be difficult,” he said. “It was for me. If I had found the experience was just about elevating some and diminishing others, I wouldn’t support [societies]. I’m open to a new way.”

As peers near faculty gender parity, professors look to Yale

With peer institutions making demonstrable strides towards increasing faculty diversity, some Yale faculty members are hoping the University will keep up.

Yale-bred startups find their footing

With the increasing efforts of the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute and the growing dominance of technology in startups, fewer Yalies have felt it necessary to leave campus to realize their entrepreneurial dreams.

Dwight Hall to link with more communities

As part of a larger attempt to redirect the organization’s focus, Dwight Hall is expanding its outreach to different communities on campus.

University to pilot Classes*v2 replacement

Starting with a potential replacement of Classes*v2, the University is looking to bring outside technologies back to campus.