November 2021 News

November 30, 2021
Marla Geha, a professor of astronomy in Yale’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences, recently agreed to be a judge for the Clear Constellation competition, in which teams of college...
November 30, 2021
Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, when governors across the United States were closing businesses and schools to slow the virus’ spread, people in the South stayed home at...
November 30, 2021
What can music teach us about the past and ourselves? Music historian Anna Zayaruznaya challenges students to “attend carefully” to things that sound strange.
November 29, 2021
White evangelical Christians have resisted getting vaccinated against COVID-19 at higher rates than other religious groups in the United States. A new study by Yale...
November 29, 2021
Yale College Dean Marvin Chun will host a gathering in the spring of 2022, in person if public health conditions permit, to honor the recipients of this year’s annual Poorvu...
November 26, 2021
Frances McCall Rosenbluth, a comparative political economist with a special interest in Japan, and a distinguished and beloved teacher and member of the Yale community, died...
November 25, 2021
From 50,000 years to 6,000 years ago, many of the world’s largest animals, including such iconic grassland grazers as the woolly mammoth, giant bison, and ancient horses,...