Campus & Community


Yale Law School takes another stride in expanding access to legal education

September 14, 2023

The new Launchpad Scholars Program offers aspiring lawyers from all backgrounds resources to navigate the law school application process.

Windham-Campbell Festival to feature music, readings, food trucks, and more

September 13, 2023

Eight recipients of 2023 Windham-Campbell Literature Prizes will arrive at Yale Sept. 19 for a four-day festival that celebrates reading and the written word.

William Jorgensen wins 2024 Arthur C. Cope Award for organic chemistry

September 13, 2023

Jorgensen, a pioneering computational chemist, is the first Yale faculty member to win the Cope Award since 1988.

In return to Yale, a rising star’s music takes center stage

September 12, 2023

On Sept. 18, a Grammy-winning choir will perform a composition by Ayanna Woods ’15, but it’s not the first time her music has been featured on campus.

From 80 to 54,000: Streaming access skyrockets visits to OHAM collection

September 11, 2023

Yale’s Oral History in American Music project, streaming since 2020, has collected and preserved interviews with major figures in American music since 1969.

Great Organ Music at Yale with James O’Donnell

September 11, 2023

On Sunday, Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m., faculty organist James O’Donnell will play music by Nielsen, Franck, and Widor on Yale’s famed Newberry organ.

YDS breaking ground on first-of-its-kind zero-carbon residence hall

September 11, 2023

Yale Divinity School will host a series of events on Wednesday, Oct. 11, to celebrate the groundbreaking for its landmark Living Village project.

School of Music’s Convocation celebrates the power of its art

September 8, 2023

The school’s kickoff to the academic year featured an address from newly arrived dean José García-León along with performances by faculty, students, and alumni.

Officers ride to September 11 crash sites to honor the lives lost

September 8, 2023

Sergeant Michael Dominique and Officer Roberto Arango joined other police departments and motorcyclists across the country to honor those who died in 2001.

Library Book Talk series presents a great fall lineup of new nonfiction

September 8, 2023

This year’s topics range from the politics of 21st-century Egypt and the histories of Black Civil War surgeons to the life and times of FBI director J. Hoover.