Phi Beta Kappa members inducted

At Yale, admission to Phi Beta Kappa is determined by the percentage of straight-A grades in a transcript

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On Coursera, faculty still has questions

Weeks before Yale launches its first Coursera offerings, the faculty debate on the University’s online education initiatives continues to develop.

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Academic minors to be weighed again

Three years after Yale College faculty members struck down a proposal to introduce academic minors into the undergraduate curriculum, the Yale College Council plans to try again.

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With online education, one size does not fit all

A recent media blitz promoting Yale’s online education efforts culminated in a showcase highlighting digital initiatives at the University.

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History Department considers further changes

The History Department has voted to move forward with a proposal to further overhaul the major.

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As Yale talks grade deflation, Princeton pulls back

While Yale’s ad hoc committee on grading examines grading policies, Princeton is reassessing its own experiment with grade deflation.

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Miller rumored to depart deanship

Yale College Dean Mary Miller appears poised to step down from her administrative position.

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EP&E and Global Affairs to remain exclusive

Yale’s application-only academic majors will not open their doors to all students any time soon.

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Eased restrictions in history major signal reform

For the class of 2015 and beyond, Yale’s history department will ease its major requirements.

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University honors veterans at ceremony

Over 100 people gathered on Monday afternoon in Beinecke Plaza for the annual Veterans Day ceremony.

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Grading committee drops numerical system

Since the faculty tabled the proposal to switch to numerical grades last spring, the Ad-Hoc Committee on Grading has turned its attention to less provocative ideas for grade reform.

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