Ines Chomnalez
“Six Pretty Good Selves” offers first-years a diverse intellectual perspective in the humanities

Since 2019, ‘The Six Pretty Good Ideas’ course series has given humanities-oriented first-years an opportunity to explore works across canons.

Taps at Yale to present “Tapitalism”

26 students will participate in Taps’ first performance since the start of the pandemic.

Yale’s archive for Holocaust testimony opens European office

Yale Library’s Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies is collaborating with the Vienna Wiesenthal Institute to make the archive more accessible for European scholars and researchers.

YLS Professor Vicki Schultz to launch project on the history of civil rights law

Vicki Schultz, Ford Foundation professor of law and social science at Yale Law School, is launching a new project to chronicle the work of early lawyers in the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division.

YSO to present “Fantasy,” its third concert of the season

The Yale Symphony Orchestra is scheduled to present its third concert of the season, titled “Fantasy,” this Saturday. The program features works by Valerie Coleman, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Emmanuel Séjourné and Hector Berlioz.