With new president, Yale looks to Africa
When Peter Salovey said the word “Africa” in his inaugural speech, it was the first time any Yale president had mentioned the continent in a high-profile address.
SOM gears up for move
Many of the historic mansions on Hillhouse Avenue will lose their occupants when the Yale School of Management moves to the new Evans Hall campus in January.
YCC | Grant Fergusson ’16, UOC chair
Grant Fergusson ’16 said he plans to emphasize how the Undergraduate Organizations Committee can serve as a support network for organizations rather than an administrative unit for funding.
Comedian shares Yale experiences
The Law School Auditorium erupted with laughter when Lewis Black DRA ’77 began talking in his characteristically colorful language, saying if anyone found his words offensive they should leave immediately — because it was only going to get worse.
Yale partners in Indian justice program
As part of efforts to expand its influence and communication with South Asia, Yale is partnering with other schools to create a global justice program in India.
Civil rights lawyer explains the New Jim Crow
Students and faculty filled Marquand Chapel at the Divinity School Monday afternoon to listen to one of today’s most influential legal rights advocates discuss the issue of mass incarceration in the United States.