Campus & Community

Yale hosts sixth symposium on music in schools

July 5, 2017

On June 15-17, the Yale School of Music hosted its sixth biennial Symposium on Music in Schools, an event at which 43 participants discussed “how to ensure...

What do plants sound like? Interdisciplinary team listens in

July 5, 2017

What does a plant sound like? And what does a plant hear? An interdisciplinary project at Yale, highlighted during a recent installation at the School of...

Recent graduate Stephanie Siow has already had a voice on the world stage

July 5, 2017

Stephanie Siow ’17 knows that young adults can make a big mark on the world, but she never imagined that just a few short weeks after graduating from Yale...

Yale researchers learn to ask the right questions in collaboration with New Haven

July 5, 2017

Community-engaged research — a collaboration between researchers and community partners — is gaining ground as an effective way to conduct research that will...

Alumna earns spot on U.S. Development Squad

July 3, 2017

Following four days of training and practice sessions that included 67 athletes, Yale field hockey alum and assistant coach Mary Beth Barham '13 has...

The Week Ender: Summer 2017

June 29, 2017

In addition to the many ongoing exhibits in the museums and galleries, summer is a great time to enjoy a show, a tennis match, music, and theater.

F&ES student Abigail Smith studying climate-smart practices in Vietnam

June 28, 2017

Smith traveled to My Loi, Vietnam to work with local farmers as part of the World Agroforestry Centre's project on agriculture and climate-change...

The Pigeon lands at Beinecke, supports New Haven Reads

June 28, 2017

The North American Dreaming Depot Pigeon, an irascible species that longs to drive buses and inhabits the picture books of best-selling author and...

J.D. McClatchy, long-time editor of The Yale Review, to retire

June 28, 2017

J.D. McClatchy, editor of The Yale Review since 1991, is stepping down at the end of June. McClatchy, who took over the journal after Yale had considered...

In memoriam: Richard Benson, photographer, printer, former School of Art dean

June 28, 2017

Richard Benson, a stonecutter’s son with the skills of a master machinist who developed innovative techniques to print photographs that had the artistic...