In a recent talk sponsored by the Poynter Fellowship, filmmaker Ezra Edelman ’96 shared tales of his experience making "O.J.: Made in America."
Banning contact in high school and college sports would vastly reduce injuries and create substantial savings in lowered medical costs and lost productivity.
Yale is leading the formation of a new organization that will bring together universities and museums working on the preservation of cultural heritage.
Vice President Kimberly M. Goff-Crews discusses resources for those affected by recent natural disasters and information on how to help the victims.
Edited by Isaac Nakhimovsky, assistant professor of history and of humanities (Cambridge University Press)
Students studying the ancient Near East used technology to experience the grandeur of a now-destroyed palace in Iraq.
Crystal Feimster, Associate Professor of African American Studies and American Studies at Yale, will participate in a conversation on the historical significance of...