Notions of Success
In a strange way, Yale has made me doubt my dreams while still inspiring me to pursue them — and somewhere in the midst of this struggle, I grew up.
CHERRÍE MORAGA: Chicana writer, activist, pioneer
Cherrie L. Moraga is a woman of many professions. Earlier this month, the Chicana writer, feminist, poet, activist, essayist, playwright and professor received the Brudner Prize — a prize Yale awards annually to a scholar or activist whose accomplishments have significantly contributed to the understanding of LGBTQ issues.
The Snyder Effect
Most School of Management community members are aware that Dean Edward Snyder’s initiatives will take time to reach their full potential. In the meantime, the school can reap the immediate benefits of Snyder’s leadership, though it remains to be seen whether he can work his magic on SOM the same way he did on the Booth School.
Marta Moret — a Red Sox fan, historic gardener and Yale’s new first lady — seems to have time for everything. The devoted wife of President-elect Peter Salovey is a president herself: She heads Urban Policy Strategies, a research and policy consulting group consisting of African American and Latina women who conduct community-based research and assist underserved populations.