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Showcasing Yale women in film, who fought for legitimacy on two fronts

September 18, 2019

Pioneering alumnae like Alexis Krasilovsky ’71 and Sandra Luckow ’87 were instrumental in advancing film as a viable art form at Yale and beyond.

Alumnae startup brings sustainable fashion to the runway

September 17, 2019

Amor and Rosas is an “ethical, slow-fashion brand” founded by SOM alumnae Debra Broberg ’16 M.A.M. and Laura Melendrez ’16 M.A.M.

In a time of turmoil, triumph: 50 years of coeducation at Yale College

September 16, 2019

In events across campus Sept. 19-22, alumni and a roster of speakers will reflect on what coeducation has meant for Yale and generations of its students.

In talk and new book, alumna shares tales of early years of coeducation

September 12, 2019

Anne Gardiner Perkins ’81 discussed her experience as an undergrad and her new book, “Yale Needs Women,” in a talk at the Wilton Public Library on Sept. 10.

Four Graduate School alums to receive 2019 Wilbur Cross Medals

September 11, 2019

This year’s honorees are Ruth Garrett Millikan ’69 Ph.D.; Douglas R. Green ’77 B.S., ’81 Ph.D.; Susan M. Kidwell ’82 Ph.D.; and Urjit Ravindra Patel ’90 Ph.D.

A climb for Alex Diekmann ’85

September 5, 2019

The life of the late Diekmann, a tireless conservationist, was celebrated by his Yale Swimming teammates with a climb to the top of a peak named in his honor.

Yale Blue Green hosts discussion on environmental initiatives in Chicago

September 3, 2019

The event covered environmental considerations, from the creation of art out of dead trees to the shortfall of affordable energy-efficient housing in Chicago.

Chair Ken Inadomi ’76 on the origins of the Yale Alumni Nonprofit Alliance

August 28, 2019

Inadomi discusses how the group got started, its early challenges, advice for developing interest groups, the importance of diverse leadership teams, and more.

Nominations now open for revamped YAA Board of Governors Excellence Awards

August 21, 2019

To nominate a group or organization for a 2019 YAA Board of Governors Excellence Award, visit the online nomination form and submit your nominee by Sept. 6.

Alumna fights for refugees and renews faith in the American dream

August 7, 2019

Krish Vignarajah ’01 B.A., ’08 J.D. is the first immigrant CEO of the Baltimore-based immigrant support group Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service.