Students Rising Above: San Rafael Scholar Heads To Oxford For StudyThis week's Students Rising Above scholar has achieved amazing academic success here in the United States. Now she is headed to England, inspired by her family's journey and her own love of some very special literary characters.
Professor, Students Discouraged By 'Pay-To-Play' Mentality In College AdmissionsA nationwide college admissions scandal has left professors and students discouraged about the "pay-to-play" mentality taking over the admissions process at top universities.
Yale Classmate Says Kavanaugh Has 'Not Told The Truth' About His DrinkingA Yale classmate of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh accused him on Sunday of being untruthful in his testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee and making a "blatant mischaracterization" of his drinking while in college.
Yale Settles With Family Of Bay Area Woman Found Strangled In University Research LabYale University has settled a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of a graduate student killed in a research lab days before her wedding in 2009.
KCBS Cover Story: Standout Oakland Student Reflects On High School Career On Graduation Day18-year-old Akintunde Ahmad said graduation on Wednesday will be filled with mixed emotions, as he's leaving high school behind, but excited about his opportunities at Yale.
Raiders Honor Yale-Bound Oakland Teen For 5.0 GPA, 2100 SAT ScoreThe Oakland Raiders opened their doors Tuesday to a young, multi-talented genius. He is not their latest draft pick, but an Ivy League-bound teenager who has taken the country by storm with his academic success.
44-Year Sentence For NorCal Yale Student KillerA 26-year-old Connecticut man has been sentenced to 44 years for killing a Yale graduate student from Northern California, days before her wedding.
Guilty Plea In Killing Of NorCal Yale StudentA former animal research technician has pleaded guilty to murder and attempted sexual assault in the 2009 killing of a Yale University graduate student.
Jury Orders Apple To Pay $625.5M In Patent SuitA jury in Texas has ordered Apple to pay $625.5 million for violating patents owned by a firm founded by a computer science professor.