Salovey calls for dialogue in final Baccalaureate Address, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy speaks at Class Day

Salovey preached the importance of dialogue as a tool for building compassion, while Murthy discussed the value of building meaningful relationships. Salovey encountered a mild disruption from pro-Palestine demonstrators, while brief chants of “free Palestine” interrupted Class Day later in the afternoon.

Yale U.S.-China Distinguished Colloquium celebrates 45 years of formalized U.S.-China relations

The 2024 colloquium featured over 40 speakers and panelists in the fields of healthcare, finance, technology and more.

Blumenthal reminisces with Dems, interrupted by protests

Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut recounted stories and offered advice at a Yale College Democrats event that was disrupted briefly by pro-Palestine activists.

Trumbull student affinity group showcases Black New Haven artists

This week the Trumbull Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition of New Haven artists. The exhibition is the culmination of a collaboration between the University’s […]

Swae Lee to headline Spring Fling 2024

Swae Lee, Dayglow and Coco & Breezy will perform at this year’s Spring Fling, which is scheduled for April 27 on Old Campus.

Former Biden White House Counsel Stuart Delery talks career path, leadership at Law School event

The event, which took place on Feb. 29 in the Sterling Law Building, was co-hosted by the Yale Law Democrats, OutLaws and the American Constitution Society.

Campus vigil commemorates airman Bushnell and Palestinians killed amid war in Gaza

Aaron Bushnell, an active duty airman in the U.S. military, died on Monday outside the Israeli embassy in Washington, D.C. as part of a protest condemning Israel’s war against Hamas; pro-Palestinian student groups held a vigil on Cross Campus to commemorate Bushnell and the Palestinians killed in Gaza amid the Israel-Hamas war.

Students and faculty prepare for Yale Africa Innovation Symposium

The committee, faculty and student groups involved with the upcoming Yale Africa Innovation Symposium expressed excitement about the event, which will take place on campus from March 1-2.

Independent American journalist discusses his reporting in Ukraine

During his visit to Yale, Terrell Jermaine Starr talked about Russian colonialism, the experience of covering a war-torn country and how being Black has impacted his work as a journalist.

Poet and writer Ross Gay visits Yale

Ross Gay, a poet interested in joy, spoke at an event sponsored by organizations around the University this week.

School of the Environment conference looks to the future of tropical forests

In its 30th annual conference, the International Society of Tropical Foresters discussed the challenges and future of tropical forest management.