She is a research fellow at Yale Divinity School in New Haven, Connecticut, where she lives.
Stephen L. Carter is the William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Law at Yale, where he has taught since 1982.
Many women at Harvard, Yale, and Princeton describe a break between their academic and social lives.
Will Portman, now a junior at Yale, writes in the Yale Daily News that he is “psyched” he and his father are on the same page.
Yale has suffered a long series of embarrassing high-profile cases of sexual harassment and assault.
Somehow it seems to me that the fellows at Yale have better times.
Don't you know any of the fellows at Harvard, or Tech, or Yale, or anywhere?
Turner's home run drive with a man on base put Yale in the lead with two runs, in the second inning.
They may enter the post-graduate department of Yale and receive its degrees.
The blue-blooded aristocrat had appeared at Yale, and he had chosen his circle of acquaintances with great care.
1854, kind of lock invented by U.S. mechanic Linus Yale Jr. (1821-1868). The surname is Welsh, from ial, and means "dweller at the fertile upland." Yale University (Connecticut, U.S.) founded 1701 as Collegiate School, renamed 1718 in honor of a gift from British merchant-philanthropist Elihu Yale (1649-1721).
Talkative; garrulous; noisy
: a welcome antidote to the yakkies who can't be bothered by anybody else (1950s+)