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Graduating seniors and an alumna win fellowships for study in the U.K.
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Seven new Yale College graduates and one alumna have been awarded fellowships from various organizations for graduate study in the United Kingdom.
YSE student’s alternative leather goods startup wins sustainabiity prize
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Co-founded by Jinali Mody ’23 M.E.M, Aatma Leather will manufacture plant-based leather products from fruit and crop waste.
Bicentennial observance will reflect on YDS past, imagine its future
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Yale Divinity School looks forward to celebrating its 200th year with a conference, exhibits, a special Fall Convocation, and more.
Learning, sharing, tangible outcomes mark CARE’s first year
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Students, faculty, alumni, and staff in the inaugural Council on Anti-racism and Equity worked together to promote inclusiveness in the SOM community.
Students honored for excellence in classroom, athletic field, and community
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Meet the members of the Class of 2022 who distinguished themselves in the classroom, on the field of play, and in their communities.
Plan Well & Execute: Plan for power outages before the lights go out
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Contingency planning for electrical outages can range from an annual test to more complex scenarios.
YSE ’22: Kyle Lemle’s love of forests guides his work on climate change
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Whether leading climate protests, fighting for Indigenous land rights, or working at Yale-Myers, Kyle Lemle is keeping his focus on the importance of forests.
An intelligent quantum sensor
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A Yale-led team has built a new sensor — the size of about 1/1000 of the cross-section of a human hair — that can tap into the quantum properties of electrons.
YSE ’22: Lovinia Reynolds is headed home to fight for climate justice
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Returning to her native Brooklyn, Lovinia Reynolds is graduating from YSE with an eye on climate justice in the largest city in the United States.
Meet these Yale Divinity School graduates: Commencement 2022
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2022 Yale Divinity School graduates reflect on their experience and look ahead to what’s next in their lives and careers.
YSE welcomes back Classes of 2020, 2021 for alumni commencement celebration
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Nearly 100 graduates returned to campus with family and friends for an in-person celebration, which included ceremonies at Old Campus and Kroon Courtyard.
Alum leads a quilting ministry to remember George Floyd’s last words
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After the video of Floyd’s death went viral, Rev. Mark Koyama ’15 M.Div. launched a craft ministry, now the subject of a documentary, to fight racist violence.
Alumni voices: Celebrating 50 years of ‘the House’
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Alumni share their meaningful memories from their time on campus and stories of how the House shaped who they are today.
Peabody summer camps — register now!
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Does your middle-schooler love to explore the world around them? Give them an unforgettable experience in the Yale Peabody Museum’s exciting summer program.
Hamden PD: New Haven men allegedly caught with drugs, gun after driving vehicle into brush
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Police seized narcotics and more than $1,000 in cash during the arrest, according to the department.
José Garcia showed up for Yale — and his friends did the same for him
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While at Yale, Garcia’s passion for learning communities both on and off campus has been a source of love, friendship, and support, especially in tough times.
Eli Sabin applies insights from the classroom in service to his hometown
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As a college student aspiring to learn about government and public policy, Sabin knew there was much to learn right here in his backyard of New Haven.
Already a singing sensation, Emily Li broadened her academic horizons
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Studying cognitive science widened Li’s academic sphere, while Yale’s alumni network has provided a supportive musical network for the burgeoning pop star.
Baby formula shortage: 8 tips for parents
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A national shortage of baby formula has many parents worried they won’t be able to feed their babies, Yale Medicine physicians offer advice.
HIV/AIDS care at Yale
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Yale doctors have been caring for patients with HIV and AIDS since the first U.S. cases of the unknown and deadly illness were reported in 1981.
A user’s guide to keeping your lungs healthy and functional
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Yale Medicine specialists talk about what you need to know to take care of these vital organs.
Letter: Try vegetables
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Can you believe the meat price increases predicted by USDA Economic Research Service? Fifteen percent for red meat and 11 percent for fish and eggs. Way over the predicted 8 percent inflation rate, already the highest in four decades. The obvious solution recommended by nutritionists — fresh vegetables. They contain all the nutrients required for...
At Yale, Nellie Conover-Crockett’s love of food became more than a hobby
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An avid cook and volunteer, Conover-Crockett’s passions met through the Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action Project.
If you can hack this course, you’re ready for information age lawyering
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To prepare future lawyers to shape cybersecurity policy, Yale Law School’s Scott J. Shapiro ’90 doesn’t focus on case law. Instead, he teaches them how to hack.
Giving back and building hope at Nido de Esperanza
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Alison Gardy ’88 shares her experience with Yale volunteers at El Nido de Esperanza, which provides supplies, wisdom, and guidance to mothers of infants.