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Good Mornings at Sunrise (Café)

Published April 11, 2017
It’s Friday morning, and it’s pancake day...Volunteers around table preparing to serve food

Volunteers Around the World, Peru 2017

Published April 3, 2017
Volunteers Around the World returned to work in Cusco, Perú

Engineers Without Borders Preparing for May Trip

Published March 6, 2017
Engineers Without Borders to assess the implementation of a water catchment and distribution systemEngineers Without Boarders group photo

Reflections on the 22nd Annual Black Solidarity Conference at Yale

Published March 6, 2017
What do overflowing spaces, breaking it down on the dance floor, and Twitter have in common? They were all part of Black Solidarity Conference 2017

Thi(NK) hosts North Korean defector and human rights activist Ji Seong Ho

Published March 1, 2017
"His resilience and dedication to the North Korean people inspired us."

Roberts: Giving Thanks

Published November 29, 2016
William Roberts reflects on the importance of service work at Yale and beyond

2nd Chance Society Starts Here

Published November 25, 2016
Devon Geyelin YC '16 highlights important work taking place in New HavenNew Haven Independent

3 Things that Happen When We "FOCUS on New Haven"

Published September 16, 2016
Dwight Hall's pre-orientation program jumpstarts the year for service minded YaliesStudents serving breakfast at Sunrise Cafe

Dwight Hall Summer Fellow Simone Seiver

Published August 19, 2016
Dwight Hall enables experimentation and collaboration as a Social Innovation Laboratory.

Summer Buds

Published August 17, 2016
Summer Buds

Kevin Cheung - Living History Project

Published July 21, 2016
A reflection from the Living History ProjectLiving History Project Logo

FOCUS on New Haven - 2013

Published July 21, 2016
FOCUS on New Haven

Magee Interviews: Joy Johannes, FISH of Greater New Haven

Published March 26, 2016
When you have community vision meetings, the general population has, in my experience, always had the answers, but don’t have the power, the influence, or the money to make it happen.

Magee Interviews: Leslie Radcliffe, Truman Street Community Garden

Published February 28, 2016
We don’t need recognition for what we do, and even if what we do doesn’t work out, there’s value in that act of giving.

Magee Interviews: Chris George, IRIS

Published February 20, 2016
We want to keep the momentum going – we want people who’ve never heard about us and have recently stepped forward to express an interest and support us to have their interest satisfied

Magee Interviews: Bonita Grubbs, Christian Community Action

Published February 13, 2016
It was one thing to know how to make things happen and another thing to understand the philosophical, social, theological underpinnings that must be part of the change.