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Enoch Woodhouse ’52 on a conversation program moderated by Ceily Addison

During Martin Luther King Jr. week Yale saw the return of Brigadier General Enoch “Woody” Woodhouse II ’52, a World War II veteran who, having served with the 332nd Fighter Group, the highly decorated WWII military unit comprised entirely of African American pilots and other personnel, is one of the last surviving members of the Tuskegee Airmen.

Dr. Muhammad (second from left) with YAA Executive Director Weili Cheng ’77 and members of the YACOL Board

Yale alumni and friends recently gathered for a once-in-a-lifetime learning experience celebrating the arts with the vibrant Yale Alumni College community. The event offered attendees an opportunity to immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of Broadway while engaging with themes of resistance, joy, and love.

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For Humanity Illuminated
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For Humanity Illuminated

Yale launched For Humanity Illuminated, a series of live events in select cities across the United States and abroad designed to engage the Yale community and showcase the people, programs, and ideas that expand our potential to improve and enrich lives around the world.