Getting good vibes. Bringing together some of Yale’s finest professors from across the graduate and professional schools, InspiringYale takes place this evening in Evans Hall. Invited speakers — such as Robert Shiller and Amy Chua — have prepared uplifting messages for all to enjoy.
What Hillary wants. In a *truly* captivating display of journalistic doggedness, The New York Times’ Upshot team dove deep to analyze the — wait for it — ingredients of a burrito bowl ordered by Hillary Clinton LAW ’73. We know she just officially declared for the 2016 election, but come on.
Character Vitae. New York Times columnist David Brooks — better known around these parts for teaching “Humility” — publishes his newest project today. Entitled “The Road to Character,” his book and seminar both attempt to define a life well-lived. So one can essentially learn the same material either way; it just depends whether you’d rather spend $20 on a book or pay the lifelong costs of therapy to recover from your classmates in Humility.