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Danielle Raad on Audrey Flack’s Time to Save
September 23, 2022

In this short video, Danielle Raad, the Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman–Joan Whitney Payson Fellow in Academic Affairs and Outreach, Education Department, addresses Audrey Flack’s “Time to Save” (1979). Produced by the Yale University Art Gallery Public Programs team and edited by Sofía Kourí, MY ’24.

Enjoy the exploration of this work of art here

Peabody Time Capsule Opening
September 23, 2022

On July 25, 2022, Peabody staff opened a time capsule that had been placed in the cornerstone of the historic Museum building on June 18, 1923. It contained a number of photographs and documents, including copies of the institution’s founding letters and images of the original Peabody that stood on the corner of High and Elm streets in New Haven and was demolished in 1917.

Watcht the time capsule opening here!

Podcast: Prof. Jamil Drake on a healthy role for religion in U.S. politics
September 13, 2022

In the latest “Quadcast,” Yale Divinity School’s Jamil Drake argues that religion can strengthen democracy and explains how one 19th-century study of Black folklore has had lasting effects on perceptions of Black Americans.

Listen to the conversation here

To help meet campus emissions targets, a revamped Yale Carbon Charge
September 13, 2022

In 2017, Yale launched a first-of-its kind program to explore the effectiveness of carbon taxes — and it used the university campus as a laboratory. University leaders recently introduced an updated version of the carbon program to support Yale’s ambitious climate commitments.

Read about Yale Carbon Change program here

The Omicron Booster: Your Questions Answered
September 12, 2022

With new COVID-19 boosters now approved to protect against the highly contagious omicron subvariants, Yale Medicine physicians answer common questions about the safety, efficacy, and availability of these updated vaccines.

Learn more from the Yale School of Medicine here