Yale Alumni Association selects David Thomas as Yale Corporation candidate

The University has put forward David A. Thomas ’78 GRD ’86 as its candidate for the Yale Corporation, announcing his nomination to candidates on Monday, […]

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Committee announces Class Day speakers

This year’s Class Day celebration will take place virtually on May 23 and will feature Alec Zbornak ’21, Matt Nadel ’21, Teava Torres de Sa […]

Yale’s acceptance rate drops to 4.62 percent amid record applicant pool

Yale College admitted 2,169 students to the class of 2025 from its largest-ever pool of 46,905 applicants, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions announced on Tuesday. […]

After controversy, First Women Written History Project to include attribution, reinstate some content

The First Women Written History Project — a collection of written testimonies from the “first women at Yale” cohort, who graduated in 1971, 1972 or […]

Yale extends early registration deadline, some departments maintain April schedule

After announcing a new course registration process for undergraduates that will require students to register for fall 2021 classes at the end of this current […]

Ahead of new report, Yale faculty salaries rank low compared to peer institutions

While Yale’s academic departments frequently snag the top spots in national rankings, salaries in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences have fallen behind Yale’s peers. […]

Salovey, 57 global university leaders sign joint statement around climate goals

University President Peter Salovey joined 57 other university leaders from across the globe in signing onto a statement affirming their commitment to a set of […]

Justice Impact Movement, YCC call on Yale to ‘ban the box’ in admissions

The Justice Impact Movement and the Yale College Council are calling on Yale admissions to ban questions about an applicant’s criminal record, in a new […]

ANALYSIS: Pandemic heightens town-gown tensions, inspires new thinking on relationship

As summer turned to fall and Yale students arrived on campus, they encountered college common rooms transformed with specially constructed booths for twice-weekly coronavirus testing. […]

Salovey unveils fall term plans for in-person instruction, likely return to full residential program

In an email sent to the Yale community on Monday, University President Peter Salovey and University Provost Scott Strobel announced plans for a fall term […]