Category: News and Announcements

The Amy Rossborough Fellowship Program is currently accepting applications for the 2014-2015 academic year. The program awards up to $1,500 to Yale undergraduate students to complete a semester or year long social justice project in the New Haven area. Past recipients have organized projects ranging from hosting economic empowerment workshops for young women, to conducting […]

BSAY is continuing our series of photos and essays exploring how far we’ve come and what we have yet to do. Take a look! You can take a photo for the photo campaign at BSAY event, if you are interested in submitting an original work pertaining to the topic of race, black history, or social […]

  The regular deadline to apply for Dwight Hall funding is February 28. Any and all questions about this process can be sent to Jonathan, the financial coordinator at Dwight Hall at

Regular Phonathon has started. Groups can sign up to complete their hours at Hours are available from 7-9 PM on Monday through Thursday. Just a reminder, completing one’s required phonathon hours is a requirement for all Dwight Hall Member groups!

Due to inclement weather, the exCHANGE: Education Studies @Yale panel on Race in Education scheduled for tonight has been cancelled. Apologies for the inconvenience, and we hope to see you at future exCHANGE events!

Click here to read the YDN Weekendfeature on Dwight Hall at Yale.

A big thank you to our MLK Day of Service volunteers, site leaders, and host organizations!

CROWDFUND HEALTH ( is an innovative new campaign aimed at raising over $150,000 during the month of December to directly cover medical care for some of South Asia’s poorest citizens, using a model that enables anyone to connect to individual patient stories and to meaningfully contribute for as little as $10. The campaign is spearheaded […]

Coffee for a Cause! Blue State Coffee donates a percent of its sales to local and national causes that are chosen by Blue State’s customers.  “Every quarter, we ask our customers to choose the causes that are important to them,” said Blue State owner Drew Ruben. “Generally, people choose local non-profits. We tally the votes […]

Dwight Hall Academic Mentoring Program at Yale(DHAMPY) is a 3-year initiative that pairs Yale University undergraduate mentors with middle school students at Wexler Grant and Celentano Schools in New Haven. The students recently celebrated the end of their 3 year program here in the Dwight Hall Library! Congratulations to all!