Sanders adviser talks econ policy, politics

With just under a year left until the presidential election, Yale students got the chance to discuss pressing national economic questions with a top adviser […]

Yalies sweep creative writing award

On Friday, the Norman Mailer Center announced the recipients of the 2015 Creative Non-Fiction Writing Award — and this year, all 10 honorees were former […]

Yale debuts on-demand MOOCs

In 2014, Yale first launched Massive Open Online Courses on Coursera, an education platform that partners with the nation’s top universities to offer online classes […]

Alumni voice opinions on campus climate

As conversations centered around racism and discrimination continue on campus, Yale alumni are also making their voices heard.

Govt. bond concerns Yale-NUS students

When Raeden Richardson YNUS ’17 signed his Tuition Grant Agreement at the beginning of his freshman year at Yale-NUS, he knew his post-college life would […]

Racial controversies derail academic life

For the over 1,000 students who attended the March of Resilience Monday, normal academic life ground to a halt: classes, sections and even midterms were canceled or skipped, with or without dean’s excuses.

Divinity School to boost faculty diversity

With financial support from the $50 million faculty diversity initiative announced last week, the Yale Divinity School plans to step up its efforts in recruiting and retaining diverse faculty members.

FFY presents revised demands

Fossil Free Yale brought revised demands to the table in a conversation with administrators last Thursday, presenting its first major policy document in two years to the Yale Advisory Committee on Investor Responsibility.

Comparative study abroad programs on the rise

An increasing number of Yale students studying abroad are opting for programs that take place in multiple countries, as opposed to more traditional programs that stay in just one.

Students protest Buckley talk

After a comment made during conference on free speech was posted on the Facebook group “Overheard at Yale” this afternoon, over 100 students gathered around Linsly-Chittenden Hall to voice their anger.

Global Network welcomes second U.S. member

Three years after its launch in April 2012, the Global Network for Advanced Management welcomed its second U.S. member school last Thursday: the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.