Throughout his career, Gary Okihiro invested in the people around him. Across all his interactions, Okihiro’s students, ...
Salovey preached the importance of dialogue as a tool for building compassion, while Murphy discussed the value of building ...
During my first-ever week as a Yale student, sitting alone in a large, empty ‘dingle’ — a room with two beds but one inhabitant — I closed the tab containing a YouTube video titled “President ...
Ahead of the May 19 poll close for this year’s alumni fellow election to the Corporation, some students have raised concerns ...
As flames hungrily swallow up San Francisco’s Chinatown and destroy municipal records during the 1906 earthquake, a paper ...
I reflected on what I could have done differently at Yale, and what I can do differently as an alumnus to improve my life. Surprisingly, or maybe not so surprisingly, scaling the ranks of academia or ...
Graduates of the Class of 2024, family members, and friends: It gives me great pleasure to greet you today and to offer a few words on this celebratory occasion. But first, there is a wonderful Yale ...
On July 1, 2021, Connecticut legalized cannabis possession and use of up to 1.5 oz. A year and a half later, a line of customers stretched out the door of Affinity Dispensary, a former medical ...
Post-March 2020 was full of “unprecedented” moments. It was the year when shirts and pajama shorts became a fit, thanks to online meetings. Second, there was the unprecedented frequency of hearing the ...
Content warning: This column contains references to sexual violence. SHARE is available to all members of the Yale community who Care dealing with sexual misconduct of any kind, including sexual ...
At 2:30 a.m., on the couches of a Davenport suite, my friends and I were reflecting on how we got to know one another, and how we got to know our other close friends. My friend Ian said something that ...