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Poet Safia Elhillo
Poet Safia Elhillo wrestles with the intersection of multiples identities throughout her work, especially in her new book, The January Children. The term “January Children”...
Chude Jideonwo
Chude Jideonwo, a Nigerian journalist, lawyer and 2017 Yale Greenberg World Fellow, drew parallels between discontent with African governments and recent global events...
Africa Week 2017 Logo
Every year, the Yale African Students Association (YASA) hosts Africa Week, an opportunity for Yale African students to connect with their home countries and share their...
Students at "Welcome to YASA gathering
Every Wednesday at 9 p.m., African and Africanist students congregate in the Lighten Room of Yale’s Afro-American Cultural Center to discuss their unique experiences as...
Peter Suwondo
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
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...