President Peter Salovey cuts the cake with head baker, Keri Logan.
The crowd on Cross Campus.
Salovey making remarks at the Yale School of Medicine.
The 2016 Founders Day theme was “Working Together for a Sustainable World.”
In "Exploring the Treasures of the Yale Library," exhibits from libraries and collections at the university were set up in the newly restored nave of Sterling Memorial Library.
Salovey visits with Yale Library staff at the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library.
Food stations offered a variety of delicious snacks on Cross Campus.
Sautéed fruit cups were one of the most popular items.
Enjoying the day.
The "Citations," an a capella group from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, provided musical entertainment.
Salovey chatting with Gabe Esposito,a millworker, and Sandy Riccitelli, a general building mechanic, during a visit to 344 Winchester Avenue.
Yale Bulldogs Racing team’s newest car which is all-electric.
The President meeting with staff from Yale Health, the Yale University Police Department, and Yale Security.
Salovey applauding the crowd that gathered on Cross Campus.
The Yale community celebrated Founders Day on Oct. 5. A highlight of the day's festivities, which include tours and open houses, was the fall celebration on Cross Campus, with musical performances, food, and other entertainment. This year, because the annual celebration overlapped with “Celebrate Sustainability,” a weeklong series of sustainability-related events around Yale’s campus, the 2016 Founders Day theme was “Working Together for a Sustainable World.” President Peter Salovey made four drop-in visits to meet with Yale staff at the School of Medicine, the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, 344 Winchester Ave., and the Yale Health Plan.