Yale Law School alumni share insights in bicentennial video series

May 28, 2024

A new video interview series explores some of stories behind Yale Law School’s distinguished alumni, and the many ways they continue to give back to the school.

Fighting for women’s inclusion in public policy

May 16, 2024

Heidi Hartmann ’74 Ph.D., an early Yale Economics woman graduate whose career is rooted in activism, discusses how sisterhood can shape policy decisions.

Getting to Know You: Elyssa Friedland ’03

May 13, 2024

Having worked as a corporate lawyer for three years, she shifted careers following her dream and authoring six novels and a picture book.

Yale Alumni Unscripted: Ethan Heard ’07, ’13 M.F.A.

May 8, 2024

Ethan Heard is a director, producer, and teacher who makes theater to build community and foster love.

Seven Yalies to hone leadership skills as Knight-Hennessy Scholars

May 7, 2024

A Yale senior and six recent alumni will pursue graduate studies at Stanford University as part of the program, which helps develop future leaders.

Putting love and justice in the right light: Otis Moss III

April 30, 2024

Moss ’95 M.Div. leads Chicago’s 8,500-member Trinity UCC church with a talent for weaving media and theology into prophetic articulation of faith and justice.

Celebrate in style: Must-have Yale gifts for grads and alumni

April 30, 2024

From limited edition caps to handmade chess sets, this curated collection from the Yale Alumni Association is ideal for showcasing your Yale spirit with style.

Alison Cole ’99 named executive director of Yale Alumni Association

April 29, 2024

Cole, currently the senior associate dean for external affairs and special projects in Yale College, succeeds Weili Cheng ’77, who retired this year.

Sharing more than a border

April 26, 2024

Alumna Maria Rodriguez-Dominguez is helping to strengthen the U.S.-Mexico relationship by promoting cooperation across sectors and inspiring future generations.

Student curator Molly Smith ’25 honors champion of Yale College women

April 23, 2024

A new library banner exhibit highlights the work of Elga Ruth Wasserman, who advocated for the first classes of women at Yale College in the 1960s and 70s.