Over 1,400 alumni, faculty and parents sign letter calling on Yale to combat antisemitism

University alumni, faculty and parents urged administrators in a Nov. 20 letter to take action against what they called a “tidal wave of antisemitism” moving through campus.

Salovey, five others receive George H. W. Bush Lifetime of Leadership award from Yale Athletics

Yale’s Athletic Department awarded five alumni, as well as University President Peter Salovey, its highest honor for their distinguished careers in public service, education, government, business, science and technology and the arts.

University blocks large posters, possible protests at Yale-Harvard game

The University did not directly respond to questions on whether growing campus tensions related to the war in Israel and Gaza prompted the policy updates, which administrators sent in a Friday morning email to students.

Salovey predicts a Bulldog win, 24-21, in his final Yale-Harvard game as president

University President Peter Salovey weighed in on the significance of and his hopes for this Saturday’s showdown between the two Ivy League football teams.

Donor publicly withdraws support, alumni raise concerns in wake of alleged anti-Israel event at Yale

In an email to those involved in coordinating fundraising for the University, Yale Alumni Fund managing director wrote about a “growing number of alumni” voicing concerns following a controversial Nov. 6 panel discussion and ensuing opinion column in the Wall Street Journal. At least one alumnus has decided to halt his annual donations — which he described as “minor” — to the University.

With 7,866 applicants, Yale College receives second-largest ever early application pool

The 7,866 students who applied to join the class of 2028 will be the first cohort evaluated since the Supreme Court declared race-conscious admissions unconstitutional.

Financial aid office announces three new efforts to streamline process

By automating winter clothing grants, increasing travel allowances and eliminating required reapplication for Questbridge match students, the office hopes to reduce barriers to receiving aid and devote more time to working directly with students.

Buttery workers reflect on wages, staffing after Trumbull introduces pay

This academic year, following a policy reevaluation by Trumbull’s new Head of College, the Trumbull Buttery began to pay all its workers — moving away from staffing the buttery with unpaid volunteers.

Presidential Search Student Advisory Council to host listening sessions for students in coming weeks

In an email to students, the Presidential Search Student Advisory Council announced a series of forthcoming listening sessions, in which they will hear students’ priorities about the University’s next leader.

‘Despairingly slow’ progress: Experts weigh in on diversity in higher education amid high presidential turnover

University President Peter Salovey’s approaching departure from the role comes amid a national pattern of college and university president turnover. According to three higher education experts who spoke to the News, experts say the time is apt for institutions to consider diversity while looking to fill vacancies.

Yalies4Palestine brings hundreds of students and community members together to protest Yale’s response to Israel-Hamas war

Nearly a month into the Israel-Hamas war, Yalies and New Haveners joined the call for a ceasefire, greater student protection and divestment from weapons manufacturers.