News

December 4, 2015
Yale Group for the Study of Native America (YGSNA) has launched a three-year pilot program to support indigenous performing arts at the university. The Yale Indigenous...
December 2, 2015
Congratulations to Courtney Sato on her wonderful new exhibit in Sterling Memorial Library, “Out of the Desert: Resilience and Memory in Japanese American Internment.” And...
November 13, 2015
They aren’t the “crybullies” they’ve been made out to be. They just want college to be collegial. A popular misconception of Yale University students, and Yale students of...
November 12, 2015
In recent years, Los Angeles has invested mightily in its public spaces in efforts to create a “world class city.” From the loudly-hyped debut of Grand Park, to Mayor Eric...
November 11, 2015
In the last few weeks, colleges have been rattled by stories of racial tension on campus. This week, the president of the University of Missouri resigned after black...
October 29, 2015
Professor Laura Barraclough has published an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times showing how laws banning events in the Mexican rodeo are feeding the anti-immigrant agenda. To...
October 8, 2015
Laura Barraclough, Public Voices Fellow for 2015-2016, has published an essay connecting the rise of homelessness in Los Angeles’s San Fernando Valley to histories of...

Pages