Yale alumni played key roles on road to Supreme Court same-sex marriage decision

“For me, it’s exhilarating,” Margaret H. Marshall ’76 J.D., senior trustee of the Yale Corporation, told the Boston Globe on June 26, about the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision that guarantees the right to marriage for persons of the same sex.

Campus & Community

Celebrate July 4 at a salute to city’s Revolutionary War patriots

Numerous New Haveners will assemble on the morning of Saturday, July 4 at the grave of “a man of approved integrity; a cool, discerning Judge; a prudent, sagacious politician; a true, faithful, and firm patriot,” as Roger Sherman is described on his burial marker in the Grove Street Cemetery.

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This video takes a look at the first five years of Smilow Cancer Hospital. Named after Yale alumnus...
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Yale's second annual Staff Appreciation Day on June 5 featured food from Yale Dining, cooking...

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Two hundred years ago legendary French military leader Napoleon Bonaparte was soundly defeated at... | Related story
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