In a conference dedicated to the 60th anniversary of Milton Friedman’s “Capitalism and Freedom,” prominent speakers spoke out against the climate around speech on college campuses
December 7, 2022
Yalies 4 Palestine is heralding a BDS campaign to put pressure on the University to end its contract with G4S, a leading British security company that provides services for Israeli prisons detaining Palestinian political prisoners.
December 6, 2022
American Sign Language at Yale and ASL students presented their third semesterly ASL variety show on Saturday.
Last Thursday night, Yalies across student ministries worshiped together at the YSB Marsh Lecture Hall.
December 5, 2022
Bechdel, the author of acclaimed graphic novel “Fun Home,” addressed craft and queerness in her talk to the Yale community.
Giulietta Boukhobza, a refugee from Libya, met with Yale students at the Slifka Center to recount her family’s forced exodus from Libya and impart advice for the younger Jewish generation.
A Yale production of Tony-winning musical “In The Heights” was interrupted mid-scene and told to shut down on Thursday night. The show — which began […]
December 2, 2022
Indigenous artists and performers at Yale collaborated to put together a celebration of Indigenous arts and culture.
As protests in Iran continue, concerning mass human rights violations by the Iranian government, students at Yale rallied during a global day of action.
December 1, 2022
Two alumni associations hosted a series of events exploring Yale’s human impacts around the world.
Manasi Subramaniam, editor-in-chief of Penguin Random House India and a 2022 Maurice R. Greenberg World Fellow, spoke at Luce Hall about the past, present and future of South Asian fiction.