EVENTS
Yale Alumni Association prepares for second year of virtual reunions

At the end of each school year, Yale’s campus is flooded with alumni who visit to celebrate their class reunions. But for the second year […]

Jackson Institute hosts final ‘Kurds in the Middle East’ event

American Middle East experts discussed the future of American foreign policy in the region, particularly regarding the Kurdish people.

The sign on the front of Horchow Hall
Cage-Free Cannabis, YUPP speaker series discusses marijuana reform in Connecticut

Throughout April, the Yale Undergraduate Prison Project is hosting a virtual speaker series in partnership with Cage-Free Cannabis — an organization that advocates for reparative, […]

An up close view of a marijuana leaf
Jackson Institute hosts ‘Justice for Kurds’ event

On Tuesday, the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs hosted the inaugural event in its four-part discussion series on the Kurds, titled “Kurds in the Middle […]

Yale Political Union hosts Noam Chomsky to debate the American empire

On Tuesday, the Yale Political Union hosted a debate where participants discussed the American empire and whether or not it should end. The debate featured […]

Jackson Institute hosts Sen. Mark Kelly for conversation panel

The Jackson Institute for Global Affairs is well known for hosting high-caliber speakers in its virtual events, and current United States Sen. Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.), […]

EMERGE, Dwight Hall discuss reincarceration in New Haven

EMERGE Connecticut partnered with Dwight Hall in a Tuesday event to discuss preventive measures against reincarceration in the New Haven community. EMERGE supports previously incarcerated […]

Shakman’s journey from Westwood to Westview

Yale in Hollywood, an alumni-based organization that features Yalies working in the entertainment industry, hosted Matt Shakman ’97 last Friday as a part of their […]

An illustration of Shakman and a TV showing the two main characters of the show.
Spangler: University vaccine plans subject to supply constraints, students encouraged to pursue non-Yale options

On March 18, the Yale College Council hosted a vaccine Q&A session to allow members of the Yale community to ask about Yale’s vaccination plans, […]

Kenyan writer Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o speaks on decolonizing the American university

On Wednesday, the third installment of Yale’s African Writers in Conversation Series featured Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o, Kenyan writer and professor of English & comparative literature […]

Renowned Kenyan writer Ngũgĩ wa Thiong
Yale Hospitality hosts virtual tea exploration and tasting

On Tuesday afternoon, Yale Hospitality hosted a virtual tea exploration, the second event in its Global Passport series, which aims to showcase a food staple […]