Campus & Community


Talk highlights impact of the #MeToo movement on media and politics

July 17, 2018

“Women in Media: Reporting in the #MeToo Movement” featured a discussion between journalists Kasie Hunt and Elise Jordan ’04 B.A. and Yale VP Eileen O’Connor.

Yale’s Minja bringing interventional radiology training to Tanzania

July 17, 2018

A native Tanzanian, YSM’s Dr. Frank Minja is working to improve the country’s quality of care through improved medical imaging, training, and teamwork.

Yale-founded real estate startup wins NYU-Yale Pitchoff

July 16, 2018

Victor Hunt ’18 and cofounders Aaron Resnick ’18, Matt Kim, and Yusuf Olokoba, took home the grand prize at the NYU-Yale Pitchoff for their startup Astorian.

In memoriam: Marcia Chambers, NYT journalist helped lead Morse College

July 16, 2018

Chambers, who died July 13, was a barrier-breaking reporter and helped lead Morse College for years as wife of the late law professor Stan Wheeler.

Yale for Life gives alumni the intellectual rigor they’ve been craving

July 16, 2018

Yale for Life brings alumni back to Yale for intellectual experiences through classes like “The Dark Arts of Civilization” and “Histories of the Self.”

Beinecke Library to honor South African leader Nelson Mandela on July 18

July 11, 2018

The library will have on view three items related to Mandela from the Yale University Manuscripts & Archives and its collections.

Lady beetles are secret weapon for tackling Yale bug outbreak

July 10, 2018

9,000 hungry lady beetles are being used to eliminate aphids outside Kroon Hall, which are attracting hordes of flies.

Michael Tom named as new chair of the Yale Alumni Fund

July 9, 2018

A class agent since earning his M.D. at Yale in 1983, Tom will serve a two-year term that that began July 1 and ends June 30, 2020.

Five exemplary alumni recognized with the Yale Medal for service to Yale

July 6, 2018

This year’s recipients are Lise Pfeiffer Chapman ’81 M.B.A., Gregory J. Hall ’77, Bo Hopkins ’86 M.B.A., Margaret Marshall ’76 J.D., and Sheryl Negash ’82.

Yale class brings a designer’s approach to the Cape Town water crisis

July 6, 2018

Led by Jessica Helfand, Yale SOM and School of Architecture students are trying to tackle the crisis with an approach rooted in the city’s unique civic life.