- 12:05PM to 12:20PM
- SLB Room L390C
Join the YLS Defenders for a discussion about careers in public defense with Professors Jenny Carroll, Fiona Doherty, and Miriam Gohara.
Join the Solomon Center for a panel on gun regulation in the wake of the Supreme Court decision NY State Rifle & Pistol Association v Bruen. The panel will first discuss and explain the implications of the Bruen decision and the challenges of working within its confines. Then the conversation will move to what progressives interested in addressing gun violence in the public sphere can do now.
Lawrence H. Summers is the Charles W. Eliot University Professor and President Emeritus of Harvard University. During the past two decades, he has served in a series of senior policy positions in Washington, D.C., including the 71st Secretary of the Treasury for President Clinton, Director of the National Economic Council for President Obama and Vice President of Development Economics and Chief Economist of the World Bank.
QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer), like CPR, allows us to assist people in crisis. In this 90 minute skills-building session, you will learn to recognize important signs and have a chance to practice offering hope and getting help for someone. All participants will receive a QPR booklet. Dinner will be provided - advance registration required.
Conspiracy theories have a renewed social prominence in American life. There's a strong emphasis on understanding their harms and their effects on how we make decisions. What's less well-understood, though, is how conspiracy communities influence each other, and how different forms of suspicion have begun to merge together, due to impacts as disparate as social media and the COVID-19 pandemic. We'll discuss how conspiracy communities find and influence each other, and how they create new forms of meaning and suspicion that can shape public discourse.
Governor Deval Patrick will share his thoughts on the dual crises facing our democracy in a lunch talk on October 4. He will discuss his evolving views on how we can make our democracy function more effectively (voter enfranchisement, registration, eliminating barriers); and how we can make our democracy more meaningful to citizens as a path to a better life, that is, demonstrate why democracy matters to everyday citizens – and why they might justifiably feel otherwise.
Come sit with a cup of tea and chat, paint your nails, color, doodle, do your own craft project, write a gratitude note or learn a skill with your wellness counselor Catherine Banson and others.
Join Chartered Financial Consultant and Yale Alum John Caserta ’01 as he explores the fundamentals of investing. Learn about common investing mistakes, basic asset classes, creating a portfolio, and ultimately how to grow your wealth, giving you the tools you need to reach financial freedom.
Come together in community with JLSA to find some quiet, reflect, and voice the meaning you're giving the day. This space is open and welcoming to JLSA members who have never observed Yom Kippur, along with those strictly observe it. Catherine will lead us through a guided meditation and then facilitate a community-building restorative circle.