Voices and Stories Archive

Sam Slie, emeritus Dwight Hall at Yale board member, Dies at 93

Published March 15, 2019
SAMUEL NATHANIEL SLIE June 8, 1925 – February 12, 2019

Organization Profile: CodeSouth @ The Social Innovation Lab

Published March 13, 2019
Social Innovation Lab helps foster CodeSouth, non-profit aimed to bring computer science awareness to low income communities in Mississippi

A conversation with YUPP: Histories of Mental Health and Imprisonment Discussion

Published March 8, 2019
Danielle Harris (BK ‘21) and Jordan Ashby (DC ‘22) reflect on a discussion panel about mass incareceration and mental health

Aritcle from YDN - Dwight Hall Partners with Grad, Professional Students

Published November 30, 2018
Dwight Hall Partners with Grad and Professional Students for Toy Drive

Article from the Courant

Published July 8, 2018
Paroled After Two Decades In Prison, James Jeter Will Attend Trinity College This Fall

"The Most Important Lessons Learned at Yale" by Kaitlyn Sabin

Published June 4, 2018
"The Most Important Lessons Learned at Yale" by Kaitlyn Sabin

Yale honors U.S. high school juniors for their community engagement

Published May 10, 2018
Yale honors U.S. high school juniors for their community engagement

Fall 2017 Member Group Review

Published January 25, 2018
Take a look at the work done through Dwight Hall in the fall 2017 semester.

Middle school students write, direct and perform show at Long Wharf Theatre

Published December 15, 2017
Read about Urban Fellow Jared Michaud's work in devised theater at Long Wharf Theater this fall. Jared Michaud and three other adults at Long Wharf theater.

Vendor fights homelessness

Published December 8, 2017
Brianna Wu writes about Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action Project (YHHAP) and the Elm City Echo. An Elm City Echo vendor poses with the Echo.

Dwight Hall adjusts to temporary move

Published December 6, 2017
Talia Soglin writes about Dwight Hall's temporary move to 143 Elm.A board in Dwight Hall describing the location of staff member offices.

Lessons from 2017 Curran Distinguished Mentor Stephen Black

Published November 28, 2017
Stephen Black recently spent time with Dwight Hall student leaders, community partners, and delivered a talk on “Crafting a Culture of Ethical Obligation: Social Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century” as the 2017 Dwight Hall Curran Distinguished Mentor.

Building Bridges tackles educational ineqaulity between rural, urban China

Published November 2, 2017
Adam Gaber writes about the work of Dwight Hall member group, Building Bridges. A member of the Building Bridges Curriculum Team poses with her high school class in rural China.

Yalies to Build Art Studio

Published October 11, 2017
Jacob Sweet writes about Dwight Hall's role in helping to build PostMasters, a "40,000 square foot multidiscplinary art incubator" in the Dixwell neighboorhood.

YDN: Seven Miles to Heaven // Katie Martin

Published October 6, 2017
Dwight Hall Partner's with the Landscape Lab

Donor Spotlight: Keniel Yao '19

Published October 5, 2017
It's an injustice to hold any part of ourselves back when interacting with and serving those around us. We need to learn to love our communities with our whole hearts, all aspects of our minds, to listen with both ears, and to give of everything that hasKeniel at home in New Zealand

Don't Shop: SWAP! at Dwight Hall

Published October 5, 2017
130 Visitors came to the most recent SWAP event organized by AmeriCorps alumni and students

Dwight Hall Record: Fall 2017

Published October 5, 2017
Dwight Hall piloted a programmatic database in the Fall of 2016, and effort led by Program Manager Mark

The Dwight Hall Difference

Published September 27, 2017
Dwight Hall Contributes Significantly at the Student Org Summit

More New Members of the New Haven Community: FOCUS participation grows nearly 125% in 2017

Published September 7, 2017
In 2017, FOCUS participation went up nearly 125%. Read some reflections from our first-year participants here. A FOCUS sign.