GRADUATE & PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS
Keeping the faith: Divinity School administrators reflect on America’s movement towards secularism

Religiosity is declining in the United States. Here is what the Divinity School thinks about it.

Divinity School hosts first official non-Christian service in history

To commemorate Earth Day, students from Yale Divinity School held a non-denominational, spiritual celebration. The event marked the Divinity School’s first non-Christian service in its history, according to the student who organized it.

“Gone Like a Sip of Water:” Photography exhibition depicts Dheisheh Refugee Camp

The Yale Divinity School is hosting a photography exhibition of works from senior lecturer emerita in religious studies Margaret Olin, titled “Gone Like a Sip […]

Who’s behind the School of Management’s viral corporations in Russia list? 

Despite a flurry of global media attention, often overlooked is the fact it is a team of Yale undergraduate, graduate, MBA and EMBA students maintaining the list behind-the-scenes.

Prominent conservatives call for Law School to discipline protestors

Hundreds, including conservative elected officials, decried the Law School’s response to March 10 protest.

Activist group posts satirical letter around Yale Law School

The Class Action Collective, composed of alumni from Yale and other schools, sent a satirical letter requesting male judges recuse themselves from an abortion case to the Supreme Court.

Yale announces 2022 World Fellows

The Maurice R. Greenberg World Fellows Program announced its 2022 cohort, which includes an Egyptian parliament member, a senior BBC news editor and the Head of the African Development Bank.

Moderator denounces Law School protesters in faculty-wide memo

Event moderator Kate Stith argued the protesters violated Yale’s free speech policies, as administrators held their first meeting to discuss the issue with student representatives.

Yale SOM group releases list of top African startups in push to expand entrepreneurship

SOM students and alumni involved in the Yale Africa Startup Review launched their 2022 list of top African startups in hopes of boosting the University’s ties with African companies.

Law school dean breaks silence on major protest

Protesters did not violate Yale’s free speech policy, according to Gerken, but behavior was “unacceptable.”

SOM professor updates viral list of Russia-affiliated companies

The list of over 450 companies now includes five tiers of business involvement with Russia.