Victor Wang
Staff Reporter
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SOM students aid recruitment at Winter Break Socials

While Yalies were enjoying the winter break, several graduate students at the School of Management teamed up with the school’s admissions office to host Winter Break Socials for prospective students around the globe.

Power outlines global challenges, solutions

Ambassador Samantha Power ’92, the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations, spoke about the dangers facing the world — ranging from Ebola to sexual violence against women and violent extremism — and the importance of developing long-term strategies to combat them.

SOM holds low-carbon investment competition

Business school students and prominent members of the investment world gathered last Friday to discuss responsible, low-carbon investing during a Yale School of Management event.

Startup fair attempts to recruit students

The Startup Networking Fair, in its second year, is an effort by the Office of Career Strategy to connect students with employers and alumni at startups from around the globe.

Cultural centers to undergo review

Next week, Yale’s four cultural centers will enter a process of review by the faculty and administration.

Mental health services draw renewed criticism

Yale’s mental health policies continue to be scrutinized.

Language immersion methods debated

According to David Bailey, CEO of the nightlife app Spotnight, it is possible to learn French in 17 days.

Croatian president connects music, politics

Music can play an important role in the world of politics, according to Ivo Josipovic, president of the Republic of Croatia.

Hungerford to step down as Morse Master

Amy Hungerford will step down as master of Morse College at the end of this academic year.

After 6 years, Yale site to be modernized

After six years with the same site, Yale’s Office of Public Affairs and Communications (OPAC) is partnering with Information Technology Services (ITS) to completely redesign the home page.

New Haven Healthy Start receives grant

New Haven’s Healthy Start program received a $5.4 million federal grant — to the delight of New Haven’s leaders, who gathered at the Community Foundation of Greater New Haven on Friday.