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Yale plans for HGS renovation

With less than a year until the start of renovations, Yale’s plan to transform the Hall of Graduate Studies into a new humanities center is taking shape. The new center will house 15 different humanities departments and programs, as well as the Whitney Humanities Center, the Directed Studies program, the […]

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Chaplain’s Office celebrates 90 years

The entrance to the Yale University Chaplain’s Office, located on Old Campus in the basement of Bingham D, opens to reveal a massive banner emblazoned with the Chaplain’s Office motto: “You Are Always Welcome.” As the Office celebrates its 90th anniversary this fall, these words of welcome are especially apt. […]

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Sandi Hebert remembered for kindness

Beloved Morse College administrator Sandi Hebert died suddenly on Sunday, Head of Morse College Catherine Panter-Brick announced in an email to the Morse community. The death of Sandra Petrelle Hebert, age 76, came as a shock to her family. Just outside the entrance to the head of college house lies […]

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YASA holds vigil for Mogadishu victims

Students and faculty members gathered Monday on Cross Campus for a vigil to commemorate the victims of Saturday’s deadly terrorist attack in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia. During the vigil, which was organized by the Yale African Students Association, or YASA, and held around the Women’s Table on Cross Campus, […]

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Yale holds Physics Olympics

If you were to take all the leaves off the trees in Connecticut, how many square miles would they cover? High school students from across Connecticut and New York grappled with that question, among others, at this year’s Yale Physics Olympics. On Saturday, the Physics Department held the 20th Yale […]

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