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In May, Peter Suwondo completed the five-year accelerated Master of Public Health program offered through the Yale School of Public Health. At graduation, he was awarded the...
Eli Terris, a graduate student pursuing a Master’s of Environmental Management at the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, was awarded a Lindsay Fellowship for...
Azan outside the United Nations Headquarters
Thanks to funding from the MacMillan Center and the Yale School of Public Health, Azan Virji, a class of 2018 student in the master’s degree in public health program, was...
Clara Molot
Clara Molot, who will be attending Yale in the fall, wrote the following essay after attending the African Literature Association’s 2017 Annual Conference hosted by Yale...
Ivy Nyayieka, Yale College Class of 2017
Reverend Loretta Opara set the mood for the panel on “Reviving the Voice and Rights of African Children in Literature” by charming the ten delegates present into singing...
“Africa and the World: Literature, Politics, and Global Geographies” is the theme of the 2017 African Literature Association (ALA) Conference taking place at Yale University...
AFRICA SALON, a University-wide celebration of African arts and culture, was held on campus last weekend, bringing together artists, activists and scholars to discuss...

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