Photojournalist Lynsey Addario delivers Gruber Lecture at YLS

Addario spoke candidly about her work and the impact that she hopes to impart by chronicling her time as a photojournalist through a series of photographs.

Human rights advisor to Ukrainian President Zelenskyy speaks at the Jackson School

Alona Verbytska, human rights advisor to Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy, spoke on Wednesday about alleged war crimes in Russian-occupied territories.

Jenny Wang talks mental health and Asian identity

On March 9, psychologist and author Jenny Wang visited Yale to give two talks on mental health and Asian identities, a lunch conversation at the AACC and then an evening one at 53 Wall St.

Yale School of the Environment food symposium explores alternate food futures

The 8th annual Yale Food Systems Symposium took a deep dive into the failings — and future — of food.

Director Crystal Kwok reflects on family history in the American South at talk on campus

While researching her ancestry, Director Crystal Kwok unpacked the Chinese American experiences in America’s racial past through her documentary, “Blurring the Color Line: Chinese in the Segregated South.”

Senior Biden advisor Neera Tanden YLS ’96 shares perspective on life in politics

At an event hosted by the Yale College Democrats, The Politic and Yale’s South Asian Society, senior advisor to President Biden Neera Tanden spoke about her life in politics and the power of representation.

Deputy Secretary of Department of Homeland Security visits campus for closed-door talks on climate change

DHS deputy secretary John Tien primarily spoke about climate change mitigation in meetings on campus last week with administrators, faculty and students.

Diplomat Paula J. Dobriansky talks geopolitics at Alexander Hamilton Society seminar

Last Friday, Dobriansky spoke about U.S. diplomacy towards Ukraine and U.S.-China tensions at a seminar held in Linsly-Chittenden Hall.

Former NBA player Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf shares perspective on faith and injustice at campus talk

Civil rights activist and former NBA player Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf spoke at a lecture on Monday about his life and his approach to protesting racism and social inequality.

Yale team places fifth in prestigious Putnam mathematics competition

A Yale team ranked in the top five of the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition for the first time in 30 years, earning $5,000 for the department.

Coco Ma ’25 talks representation in YA literature and upcoming book at AACC

Coco Ma ’25 MUS ’21, author of the Shadow Frost trilogy, sat down with the Asian American Cultural Center to discuss her publishing journey, navigating identity through writing and handling representation in her next book, Nightbreaker.