Victor Zapana
2,868 receive degrees at 308th Commencement

Yale College Dean Mary Miller got more than she asked for when the class of 2009 received their degrees Monday. At Class Day on Sunday, […]

Hillary Clinton LAW ’73 to receive honorary degree

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton LAW ’73 will be in New Haven on Monday to receive an honorary degree, the News has learned. A spokeswoman […]

Rejoice, spandex-wearing Elis: American Apparel is now open

Almost a year overdue, American Apparel has finally come to New Haven. The Los Angeles-based company opened its Broadway store — its second location in […]

Economy causing town-gown strife? Not here, Morand says

As the economy worsens, so are the relationships between many universities and their communities, a front-page article in The New York Times reported today. But […]

UP CLOSE | A new labor era, step by step

It was March 2003. Negotiations for the 2002 contracts for Yale’s two unions, Locals 34 and 35, had failed, and hundreds of workers were in […]

Briefly: Revamped management training programs to debut in the summer

University human resources officials are moving ahead in revamping management training programs. As part of the Managing at Yale initiative, officials already have completed a […]

University layoffs will continue

No more than 100 University workers will be laid off before departmental operating budgets are finalized, Vice President for Human Resources and Administration Michael Peel […]

News analysis: City unions face challenges

For both Yale and City Hall this year, negotiations with their unions suggest a reversal in traditional relationships. Whereas for the University, the Best Practices […]

Briefly: Yale gives $500k to West Haven arts center

West Haven Mayor John Picard announced Tuesday that University officials have presented the town with a $500,000 gift to start renovations on the new West […]

Chauncey calls for presidents to speak out

To longtime Yale administrator Henry “Sam” Chauncey ’57, University President Richard Levin may be one of the greatest administrators Yale has seen in modern times […]

Yale may buy, lease land to close city budget gap

To help close a potential gap in its fiscal year 2010 budget, New Haven may be selling and leasing property, like the one on that […]