Events Calendar

  • Tuesday 6/6/23

  • Thursday 6/8/23

    • Jun 8, 2023
      Starts at 11:45AM
      New London, CT
      Add to Calendar 2023-06-08T11:45:00 2023-06-08T11:45:00 America/New_York Luncheon for 156th Yale-Harvard Crew Regatta Members of the Yale and Harvard community and guests are invited to attend the traditional Yale-Harvard Regatta luncheon, held two days before the 156th edition of the rowing classic held on the Thames River near Gales Ferry, CT. Join the Yale Club of New Haven in celebrating the Yale men's crew program, the Regatta and its connection to New London and Connecticut. Lunch Program: The luncheon program includes a welcome by the Mayor of New London and perhaps other dignitaries (the Governor is invited); the singing of the colleges’ fight songs; remarks by retiring Yale Coach Steve Gladstone and Harvard Coach Charley Butt; a keynote speech - by Olympian Genevra Stone; and the drawing of the June 10 Regatta race lanes. Luncheon Event sponsored by local service organizations including Rotary New London. June 8 Lunch Tickets - must be purchased or reserved in advance by June 2: - The Yale Club of New Haven is pre-selling lunch tickets online ( The lunch cost is $20 per person, plus $2 fee to help defer online cost. Credit/debit accepted. Purchase online from YCNH by June 2, and your name will be on the list for US CGA admission & lunch. -Or reserve in advance by June 2 and pay at the door (cash/check only). Contact Leeland Cole-Chu, (, luncheon coordinator, by June 2 to reserve a spot and pay onsite. Important Security Information at US CGA: Early arrival by 11:45am is recommended because every person (not just every vehicle) entering is checked. Every person entering the U.S. Coast Guard Academy must present a sufficient Govt. photo ID, such as a valid driver’s license or student ID. The organizers need to know by name who is planning to attend the lunch in advance. (We expect a larger than usual crowd: people should NOT just show up and pay at the door without registering or signing up in advance.) Questions? Leeland Cole-Chu, lunch committee ( YCNH alumni tix questions to New London, CT — 15 Mohegan Avenue false
    • Jun 8, 2023
      Starts at 12:00PM
      Add to Calendar 2023-06-08T12:00:00 2023-06-08T12:00:00 America/New_York Careers, Life, and Yale Thursday Show: Shaping International Finance and Trade through Multilateral Diplomacy with Ambassador Stefan Flückiger ’88 MA

      While finance is going increasingly digital and decentralized, international trade has faced recent setbacks in the shape of protectionist policies such as the Inflation Reduction Act and security issues interfering with open markets. How do existing regulatory institutions and policy frameworks cope with these rapid changes? And who are the people that shape them? Join Stefan Flückiger, the Swiss Deputy State Secretary for International Finance (SIF), to find out. Drawing on his vast experience as policy planner and high-level negotiator on behalf of Switzerland and representing his country in a number of multilateral organizations, Ambassador Flückiger will map out some of the key features and challenges of the shifting international economic and financial order and how its dynamics, its actors and its instruments have changed. He will discuss Switzerland’s new kind of trade in financial services agreements with the UK following Brexit, and the bright future of finance in Switzerland in an age of digital and sustainable finance.

      The session will be co-hosted by Marnix Amand, Senior Lecturer for macroeconomics and the economics of the European Union at the Jackson School of Global Affairs, and Simon M. Ingold ’07 MA, a Jackson graduate and YAA Board of Governors member.

      Careers, Life, and Yale: Ambassador Stefan Flückiger ’88 MA
  • Friday 6/9/23

    • Jun 9
      9:00AM – 12:30PM
      Add to Calendar 2023-06-09T09:00:00 2023-06-09T12:30:00 America/New_York Yale Day of Service: NH, Portsmouth - Gather Mobile Market (FULL)

      *Please note: This project has reached maximum volunteer capacity*

      Gather serves New Hampshire Seacoast residents facing hunger through innovative programs that build food security in welcoming and dignified ways. Our group will be volunteering at Gather’s Mobile Market, a program focused on breaking down barriers to food access through a free, farmer’s market style shopping experience. We will be assisting about 150 households at a site where Gather sees a great need. 

      Volunteer Activities:

      • Unload food from Gather vehicles
      • Set up the market
      • Distribute food and clean up.

      The event is outdoors, rain or shine and wearing closed toe shoes is required.

      Please meet at the Community Campus tennis court parking lot on Campus Drive, by the rotary. You can use 100 Campus Drive for GPS purposes, but note that this location is beyond our meeting point.

      Who's Coming?

      Contact: Carol Cooper '80

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  • Saturday 6/10/23

    • Jun 10, 2023
      Starts at 11:00AM
      Gales Ferry, CT
      Add to Calendar 2023-06-10T11:00:00 2023-06-10T11:00:00 America/New_York 156th Yale-Harvard Men's Crew Regatta Gales Ferry, CT — Sweet Hill Farm false
  • Saturday 6/17/23

    • Jun 17, 2023
      Starts at 5:30AM
      Geneva, Switzerland
      Add to Calendar 2023-06-17T05:30:00 2023-06-17T05:30:00 America/New_York Yale in Switzerland: Geneva

      Meet at 11:30 a.m. at the le Pyramus restaurant in the heart of the botanical garden for light bites followed by an afternoon stroll through the gardens. All are welcome.

      This event is free to attend, but we kindly ask that you register in advance. 

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    • Jun 17
      1:00PM – 4:00PM
      Second Harvest Food Bank Warehouse
      Add to Calendar 2023-06-17T13:00:00 2023-06-17T16:00:00 America/New_York Yale Day of Service: FL, Orlando - Second Harvest Food Bank

      Second Harvest Food Bank is driven to close the gap of unmet need in Central Florida in a variety of effective ways. Their mission is to create hope and nourish lives through a powerful hunger relief network, while multiplying the generosity of a caring community. Our club will sort donated food to help make their food distribution more efficient.


      • Minimum Age: 10+
      • Close-toed and closed-heel shoes: Required for everyone
      • Physical Requirements: Standing for long periods of time and lifting boxes/items
      • Chaperones: 2 chaperones per 5 students

      Mask Policy: Due to the prolonged and substantial drop in COVID cases and hospitalizations, Second Harvest Food Bank is happy to announce that as of Monday 5/2/22 masks will no longer be required to be worn. We recommend that you continue to exercise caution and consider social distancing around   large crowds, particularly outside the foodbank. We will continue to stay updated on any vaccination and booster info and of course you are allowed to continue to wear a mask if you so desire.

      Helpful Info:

      • Temperature: The warehouse temp is typically similar to the temperature outside due to the deliveries and pick-ups that occur. Ex. if it’s cooler outside, layers are recommended, warmer outside, shorts are acceptable.
      • Bottled Water: Provided in the break room for all volunteers

      Who's Coming?

      Contact: Peter Gordon '80

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  • Sunday 6/18/23

    • Jun 18 – Jun 25
      New Haven, CT
      Add to Calendar 2023-06-18T00:00:00 2023-06-25T00:00:00 America/New_York Yale Alumni Academy | The James Brothers: On Campus Immersive Experience This course, co-sponsored by Yale’s Humanities Program, and led by Director of Undergraduate Studies and Lecturer, Paul Grimstad, focuses on comparative readings of the philosopher and founder of modern psychology, William James, and his novelist-critic brother Henry, who ushered literary realism into its modernist phase. Comparison throughout between their styles of thought and prose, with focus on the representation of human psychology in fiction, how literary aesthetics intersects with the philosophy of mind, how the brothers differently imagine the relation of language to experience, and the “international theme” which runs through all of Henry’s fiction (i.e., the drama of “new world” Americans navigating the social complexities of “old world” Europe). Reading includes a selection of Henry’s major novels and short stories, selections from William’s Principles of Psychology, Varieties of Religious Experience and Pragmatism, Henry’s literary critical writing on Hawthorne, Emerson and Flaubert, and two or three of the remarkable Prefaces he added to the New York edition of his fiction, and the brothers` lifelong correspondence. Meditation throughout on the relation of philosophy and literature. false