Dwight Hall tightens trip rules
Starting this month, Dwight Hall is holding a series of three discussions about volunteerism abroad in an effort to improve its spring break service trips.
College readiness program debuts
Higher Heights Youth Empowerment Programs, Inc. will launch the EXCEL Program—an initiative designed to put middle school students on a path to college.
City schools expand AP program
Despite increasing enrollment in Advanced Placement classes, almost 70 percent of students in the New Haven School District still fail their AP exams.
Day of serice draws grad students
On Monday morning, approximately 140 service-minded Yale students dispersed around New Haven to volunteer as part of Dwight Hall’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.
Potential for growth in New Haven retail
Last night, urban retail planner Bob Gibbs spoke to a crowd of about 30 New Haveners in The Bourse, a loft on Chapel St. Gibbs, who is also the head of an urban economic planning and consulting business, discussed the ways in which cities can optimize their shopping centers. He shared case studies from cities »
Duke professor analyzes Proust
Duke professor and literary critic Fredric Jameson GRD ’56 PHD ’59 gave his interpretation of the works of French author Marcel Proust during a Tuesday lecture.