Waruguru Kibuga
Residential college butteries make a comeback

After more than a year, residential college butteries — or late-night cafes — are finally up and running again, offering boba, cookie dough and midnight […]

Image of a buttery basement
Jackson Institute Afghanistan webinar series hosts final installment

The event, which featured the first Afghan woman to graduate from Yale College and Yale Law School, emphasized the need for humanitarian aid to Afghanistan.

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Alders talk pedestrian, cyclist safety

New Haven is looking for ways to keep the roads safe for pedestrians and cyclists. On Tuesday, the Board of Alders Public Safety Committee voted […]

Daniel Zhao
Olympian talks about representing Africa

Simidele Adeagbo — an Olympic skeleton racer and Maurice R. Greenberg world fellow — wants to elevate the African narrative through sport. Adeagbo, both a […]

Experts discuss future in Syria

Weeks after the United States announced its intention to withdraw armed forces from Syria, Undersecretary General for the United Nations Staffan de Mistura reminisced on […]

Report shows increase in voter turnout

A September report from the National Study of Learning, Voting and Engagement revealed that the University-wide voter turnout saw a dramatic increase between the 2014 […]

Windham-Campbell winners discuss reading

On Thursday, winners of the Windham-Campbell Literature Prizes shared the books they are reading, what inspired them to become writers and the people who influence […]