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All-City program helps local students connect with musical heritages

April 11, 2024
Through All-City Ensembles, Yale musicians provide instruction and guidance to New Haven students — including the district’s growing Hispanic population.

From Prospect Street to the ‘path of totality,’ Yalies have eclipse covered

April 4, 2024
Visitors to Yale’s Leitner Family Observatory and Planetarium on Monday, April 8 will see the moon cover 91% of the sun (weather permitting).

Inspiring wonder again: Peabody Museum reopens

March 26, 2024
The Yale Peabody Museum on Tuesday opened its doors to guests following a transformative four-year renovation.

Five things to know about colon cancer prevention and screening

March 21, 2024
For Colon Cancer Awareness Month, Yale digestive diseases expert Xavier Llor shares some things everyone should know about colorectal cancer.

Greening global trade: A reform agenda for a sustainable future

March 6, 2024
In a new video, Yale’s Daniel C. Esty discusses how changes to the global trade system can help achieve a sustainable future.

Novel cancer vaccine offers new hope for dogs — and those who love them

March 5, 2024
A Yale researcher developed a vaccine that can slow or halt certain cancers in dogs. And it could be used to treat humans in the future.

Watch Yale Schola Cantorum’s latest concert, ‘Holy is the True Light’

February 29, 2024
On Feb. 17, the Yale chamber choir performed works by Herbert Howells, Dieterich Buxtehude, and Caroline Shaw ’07 M.M., ’22 Mus.D. (Hon.) in Woolsey Hall.

Why this history matters

February 16, 2024
Yale faculty, students, staff, and alumni discuss the importance of studying Yale’s historical ties to slavery.

Confronting Yale’s ties to slavery and building a stronger community

February 16, 2024
Formed in 2020, the Yale and Slavery Research Group was tasked with investigating Yale’s historic involvement and associations with slavery and its aftermaths.

Science in motion: Predicting a dinosaur’s stride

February 16, 2024
A new Yale-led study combines 3D images and computer animation to visualize the movements of a long-extinct dinosaur.