October 9, 2018
The Peabody museum, in conjunction with Junta for Progressive Action, will host the 16th annual “Fiesta Latina” on Saturday, Oct. 13, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monisha Merchant ’04 M.B.A. describes her work helping South African students launch a series of student newspapers with the Yale Alumni Service Corps.
Civic responsibility and school spirit will merge on Friday, Oct. 12, when Every Vote Counts kicks off its Pledge to Vote campaign 3-5 p.m. on Cross Campus.
Thomas L. Friedman, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author, visited Yale on Oct. 8 for a conversation with former Secretary of State John Kerry ’66.
Alumna, entrepreneur, and “Bugible” blogger Aly Moore ’14 B.A. is on a mission to make edible insects mainstream, one bug and wine pairing at a time.
Brent Moore, a research scientist in the psychology department, and a college friend are hopping aboard an RV for a unique listening tour across America.
October 8, 2018
Hosted by the Association of Native Americans at Yale, the powwow was held Oct. 7 to coincide with Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebrations across the continent.
William Nordhaus — the newly minted winner of a Nobel Prize in economics — hasn’t let the award go to his head. But it’s not for lack of his students’ trying.
The departments of physics and chemistry and the Wright Laboratory hosted a two-day symposium in celebration of the career of the J.W. Gibbs Professor Emeritus.
The life of Allan R. Wagner, a Yale psychologist who studied the mechanisms of learning and memory, will be celebrated on Saturday, Oct. 27 at Battell Chapel.