Zachary Abrahamson
Zedillo discusses World Bank report

Yale professor Ernesto Zedillo, president of Mexico from 1994 to 2000 and now director of the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization, recently led […]

UP CLOSE | Measuring Yale’s value in clubs and classes

The words could have been written yesterday. “Extra-curricular activities have hindered academic interest due to the concept of the successful Yale man,” wrote the Aurelian […]

Studios to relieve crunch

With the opening of the Broadway Rehearsal Lofts earlier this month, members of undergraduate dance and theater groups are breathing a sigh of relief that […]

Focus on the food

There is a beginning for all things. For Rafi Taherian, Yale’s new executive director of dining services, that was Stir (or, to undergraduates, the “Ivy […]

YCC, take two

It has been one year since the Yale College Council stopped passing resolutions. Fall 2007 introduced the “project team,” a YCC platoon devoted to a […]

Dean Search: Without seat on committee, YCC to solicit student input

There weren’t any students on the search committee when the University tapped a popular psychology professor, Peter Salovey, to serve as dean of Yale College. […]

Intercultural czar lays out plan

It’s not easy to get Yalies to talk about race. But Kirk Hooks is trying to do exactly that. In early August, the University announced […]

Yale to add alcohol director

It’s not a czar: It’s an educator. That about sums up the University’s vision for Yale’s first-ever director of alcohol and substance abuse initiatives, a […]

Admin: Position not a reaction

It’s not a response, administrators said. Then what is it? The University’s decision to add an alcohol educator to the rolls of the Yale College […]

In dean’s office, a fresh face

It was the piece that ended Raymond Ou’s piano career. Over a decade later, it was the piece that brought him to Yale. In 1992, […]

Kaleidoscope meets with mixed reviews

The new cultural component of this year’s freshman orientation aimed to turn heads, but instead left some freshmen simply scratching them. Administrators in the Yale […]