Jane Darby Menton
Yale Muslims work to open dialogue

This past Tuesday, standing on Cross Campus, Mostafa Al-Alusi ’13 held up a sign that read “I’m a Muslim” while another student snapped a photo […]

Philosopher, pioneer dies

Ruth Barcan Marcus GRD ’46, a Yale professor of philosophy and pioneer in the field of quantified modal logic, died Sunday at her home in […]

Muslim students convene at Yale

Muslim students from across the Ivy League gathered at Yale this weekend to network and share spiritual and cultural experiences. Approximately 130 students participated in […]

YPSA to award grants

Beginning this spring, Yalies interested in the study of anti-Semitism will be eligible for funding from the Yale Program for the Study of Antisemitism. As […]

Yalie relays Amazonian adventures

Journalist and jungle explorer Scott Wallace ’77 returned to campus Tuesday to regale students with tales of his Amazonian adventures. Wallace recounted the 80-day journey […]

YCC provides temporary cell phones

The Yale College Council launched a new initiative last week that allows students with lost or damaged cell phones to borrow phones for up to […]

Directed Studies for life might really be for life

True to their name, the 15 participants in Yale’s first-ever “Directed Studies for Life” are keeping in touch. Andrew Lipka ’78 recently sent a holiday […]

Alumni summer programs expand

After last summer’s Directed Studies program garnered enthusiastic reviews from alumni participants, Yale will also offer summer courses in Grand Strategy and Shakespeare for alumni, […]

Smith to leave Intro to Political Philosophy

Professor Steven Smith announced that he will stop teaching the popular Introduction to Political Philosophy class for the time being — instead, interested students can […]

Alumni endorse grad education

On Thursday night, the 150th anniversary of the year Yale awarded North America’s first doctoral degree, five distinguished alumni praised Yale’s “collaborative” research environment and […]

Alcohol reinstated at college tailgates

Administrators lifted a ban on residential colleges serving alcohol at this year’s Harvard-Yale game tailgates Monday evening. [ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”3035″ ] In a Sunday night email […]