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by Kiran Masroor Coming here for the first time, I had the idea that because the Yale community is so academically strong, our social culture must be highly empathetic,...
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by Mafalda Von Albensleben Cancer survivors suffer greatly at the hands of the treatments that saved them. Infertility, chronic pain, organ damage, fatigue, PTSD, depression...
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by David Guo Digital accessibility is not always a priority in website management, but Yale Information Technology Services specialist Michelle Morgan GRD ’17 emphasized on...
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What is your current role, and how long have you worked at Yale? I’m Yale’s Digital Accessibility Specialist, and I’ve been in this role for almost 2 years. Prior to that, I...
Obi Ndefo ’94 B.A., ’97 M.F.A. (center) poses with friends and fans. (Photos courtesy of Obi Ndefo)
By Brita Belli How do we respond when something terrible happens? For actor Obi Ndefo ’94 B.A., ’97 M.F.A., the answer was: “Grab onto whatever I can.” Last August, Ndefo,...
Janni Lehrer-Stein ’78, Sarah Poggi ’96 MD, Jim Conroy ’70, Sarah Scott Chang, and Paige Lawrence ’21Members of the Yale community, led by alumni, recently convened on campus to engage in a candid and substantive dialogue on disability, equity, inclusion at Yale and in the United States, in observance of National Disability Awareness Month.  Hosted by the Yale Alumni Association and co-sponsored by two university partners – the Yale Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and DiversAbility at Yale – the forum wa
By Henry Kwan  Members of the Yale community, led by alumni, recently convened on campus to engage in a candid and substantive dialogue on disability, equity, inclusion at...
I didn’t identify as disabled before I came to Yale. I saw myself as someone who happened to live in inexplicable, often debilitating pain, who happened to restructure his...