Taft's Dean of Multicultural Education reflects on the work done over the past year and going forward on diversity, equity, and inclusion at the school.
Alexa Bette Lehtinen '94 is a registered nurse in the ICU at Yale New Haven Hospital, where she's working around the clock on the front lines of the fight against coronavirus.
A Q&A with James McKinnon '87, CEO of Cotswold Industries, a third-generation family-owned and operated American textile company.
How a pandemic brought to the forefront clinical informatics, the life’s work of Dr. Charles Safran ’69.
A conversation with Sara Sutton '92, CEO and founder of FlexJobs, an innovative career website specializing in full-time and part-time remote jobs, employee and freelance jobs, and on-site jobs with flexible, part-time, and alternative schedules.
As the founder of Common Good and an author, Philip K. Howard '66 offers his insights on America's bureaucratic system during the pandemic.
with Liz Barratt-Brown '77, Natural Resources Defense Council advisor, during the age of COVID-19
From the Desk of New York Times' Reporter Neil Vigdor '95 during the spring of COVID-19
Education reporter John Merrow '59 offers his insights on teaching and learning during the challenging times of COVID-19.