Judith Ann Schiff

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    Women worthies

    Long before they could attend Yale, women helped shape the university with their donations.

    March 1 2021
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    His fair city

    Yale alum Carter Harrison lived and died with the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair.

    January 1 2019
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    The library at war

    Yale’s library was part of a secret spy mission in World War II.

    November 1 2019
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    Uncommon leadership

    When Yale dining was in trouble, Cora Colburn was the answer.

    March 1 2019
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    Women of honor

    The first ten women to receive honorary degrees from Yale.

    May 1 2019
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    When alumni got the vote

    In the 1870s, the Young Yale movement pushed for reforms, including the election of trustees.

    January 1 2020
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    A "Select Course" that helped reshape Yale

    The three-year bachelor of philosophy degree foretold a changing curriculum.

    July 1 2019
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    Deciding to stay

    In 1868, Yale considered moving out of central New Haven.

    May 1 2018