What does the graduate school experience look like for first-generation, low-income students at Yale?
December 9, 2022
Dr. Marvin Chun, Professor Woo-Kyoung Ahn, Associate Professor Jonathan Wyrtzen and Dr. Leslie Gross-Wyrtzen will be traveling from New Haven to Singapore this Spring as the first Yale faculty to assume visiting teaching positions since the start of the pandemic.
Watching the World Cup away from home for the first time has been difficult for many international students at Yale. However, it has also forged new bonds as fans root for their native countries to bring it home.
December 7, 2022
In a conference dedicated to the 60th anniversary of Milton Friedman’s “Capitalism and Freedom,” prominent speakers spoke out against the climate around speech on college campuses
During a Friday morning protest Dr. Naomi Wolf ’84 charged Yale University with committing a crime in its mandating students to get their bivalent booster shots.
December 6, 2022
Professor Abbe Gluck is one of seven candidates being considered for the position of Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
December 2, 2022
Eric Jjemba is one of six recipients of the Ally Financial Law and Public Policy Scholarship.
Two federal judges defended their barring of future Yale graduates from clerkships at a Buckley Program event but said they had noticed “positive improvements.” One judge confirmed that she would appear at a YLS-hosted event next year.
December 1, 2022
The Yale Chapter of the Alexander Hamilton Society is hosting a conversation on the geopolitical vulnerability of Taiwan slated for Nov. 30.
November 29, 2022
Judges James C. Ho and Elizabeth Branch, who said they will bar future Yale Law graduates from their clerkships, will come to campus on Wednesday for a conversation on free speech.
November 27, 2022
In February, the American Bar Association will vote on whether or not to continue their LSAT requirement for law school accreditation. At Yale Law, some students fear it will mean less egalitarian admissions.