The journey and experience of a woman at Yale before women at Yale

January 23, 2019

Christine Curtis recounts her time auditing Yale College courses, from 1963 to 1965 — three years before women were officially admitted as undergraduates.

Guns into plowshares: Anthony Campbell ’09 M.Div. on policing as ministry

January 18, 2019

Campbell, a Yale Divinity School alumnus and the current New Haven police chief, almost became a prison minister. Instead, he became a cop.

Alumni startup helps students tame college debt

January 17, 2019

Co-founded by SOM alumni Will Sealy and Paul Joo, Summer unites tech and policy expertise in an app that guides borrowers through the maze of government loans.

Lisa Brummel — Challenging the status quo in tech and sports

January 15, 2019

A Connecticut native who played four sports at Yale, Lisa Brummel ’81 went on to thrive in the tech world and to become a co-owner of the WNBA’s Seattle Storm.

Alumni startup counters coral loss with world’s first land-based coral farm

January 4, 2019

Half the world’s coral has been lost to human-made causes. Coral Vita, founded by alumni Sam Teicher and Gator Halpern, aims to reverse the trend.

All the exhilaration of Yale classes — stress-free — at Yale Alumni College

January 2, 2019

Yale Alumni College is an opportunity for alumni who have retained their passion for learning to take Yale classes in cities around the country.

YaleNews looks back on 2018

December 19, 2018

Over the course of 2018, YaleNews published more than 1,200 stories — from news of awards and honors to groundbreaking discoveries, campus events and much more.

Yale alumnus makes the Ivies accessible to low-income kids

December 14, 2018

La Unidad Latina Foundation’s Y Tu Tambien program, run by alumnus JC Salinas, works with kids from underprivileged families in and around New York City.

With Deep Roots, Yale students explore stories and tastes of New Haven

December 10, 2018

Deep Roots, a project by students in the “Intro to Public Humanities” class, is focused on bringing together the stories and recipes of New Haven’s chefs.

Keep calm and carillon

December 5, 2018

As an undergrad, Joey Brink ’11 was not only a star carillonneur on campus, his senior project focused on modernizing the centuries-old art of bell-ringing.