Vivian Yee
New residential college may have bells

Harkness Tower may be getting some competition — though not for several years. According to the University’s latest plans for the two new residential colleges, […]

D-Day for for Yale Investments Office

The wait is almost over: The Yale Investments Office is set to release the results of last year’s endowment performance very soon, likely today. Administrators […]

Yale clerical, technical union approves new leaders

Clutching red balloons and clapping, members of Yale’s largest employee union gathered in the main meeting room of First and Summerfield Methodist Church on Wednesday […]

VOLLEYBALL | Elis hit the Sunshine State

A week after winning two of its three Blackbird Invitational matches, the women’s volleyball team is heading to California — the home state of six […]

Profs adjust to smaller staff

To make ends meet over the past year, the 20-member Computer Science Department has given up faculty lunches, some guest speakers and a few graduate […]

Faculty hirings still on hold

With budgets still tight and a faculty that swelled over the past decade, the University will delay most faculty searches for at least another year. […]

Yale’s endowment return might mirror Harvard’s

The Harvard-Yale rivalry has come to New Haven early this year, and it’s not about football. It’s about money: Since Harvard University announced last week […]

Pierson master’s departure to coincide with budget cuts

When he walked into the brightly-lit Pierson College dining hall the evening of Sunday, May 9, Pierson Master Harvey Goldblatt got a standing ovation. Students […]

Residential college budgets to be equalized

The notion of inequalities among the residential colleges has long been a point of contention for students. Now, while they may still argue about which […]

Investments officers earn top pay in 2008-’09

Yale’s endowment may have shed nearly a quarter of its value last year, but three of the men charged with managing it earned a combined […]

Harvard’s endowment rebounds 11 percent

A year after Harvard’s endowment plunged 27.3 percent to $26 billion, the fund recovered 11 percent in the fiscal year that ended June 30, climbing […]