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Panel explores mental health

Four Yale undergraduates who identify as LGBTQ shared their personal experiences with mental health on Wednesday evening during a panel discussion at Sudler Hall. The panel was organized by Mind Matters, Yale’s undergraduate mental health awareness and activism group, to promote understanding of the intersection between gender, sexuality and mental […]

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New York Times praises Yale prof’s book

Yale ornithology professor Richard Prum was feeding his chickens last Thursday when he received a frantic call from his wife. At first, Prum thought something horrible had happened. But, to his surprise, his wife informed him that his book “The Evolution of Beauty” had just been recognized as one of […]

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Funding increases for grad student travel

Together, the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Office and the Graduate Student Assembly will increase the available funding for graduate student conference travel by $180,000 annually, the MacMillan Center […]

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Alumni Fund prepares for campaign

In the final stretch before Yale embarks on its next major fundraising push, the Yale Alumni Fund is preparing infrastructure to support the University’s upcoming capital campaign. This winter, the Alumni Fund will create a committee to examine how it can best contribute to capital campaign, which is likely to […]

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Dwight Hall adjusts to temporary move

As Dwight Hall’s Old Campus building undergoes a major renovation this year for the first time since 1930, the community service organization has been adjusting to its new location at 143 Elm St., across from the New Haven Green. Dwight Hall moved into the new space at the beginning of […]

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