Annual meeting and special guest speaker Sterling Professor of Law and Political Science Akhil Amar, ’80 BA, ’84 JD

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May 2, 6-8 pm at the Ethical Society 1906 Rittenhouse Square For the first time in our lifetime—and for one of the few times in modern history—all four major federal institutions of power… Continue reading

Yale/Penn Basketball

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February 3: Yale-Penn basketball game. Pregame gathering with cash bar and free appetizers (thank you to generosity from the owner) at Baby Blues 3402 Sansom St, Philadelphia, PA 19104 from 5:00-6:45pm then head… Continue reading

ALL IVY QUIZZO NIGHT

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January 25, 7-9 pm, Racquet Club of Philly, 215 S. 16th Street. To register, please click here.

The Whiffenpoofs Return to Philly

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January 28, 7 pm at St Mark’s Church, 1625 Locust.   Tickets are $30/$20/$10.  To purchase ahead of time, click here.

GIVEBACKHACK

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Have you ever wanted to be part of a solution to a social need? GiveBackHack is the launchpad for social innovation, and it’s finally come to Philadelphia, organized by Yale Alum Sophie Kaye, ’15. GiveBackHack… Continue reading

The Yale Club of Philadelphia Wine Club 

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The Yale Club has partnered with WorldsBestWineClubs.com to create the The Yale Club of Philadelphia Wine Club.  Now all supporters of Club can enjoy some of the finest boutique wines from California delivered to… Continue reading

Letter from Yale Alumni Nonprofit Alliance

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Dear Alumni and Friends of Yale, Do you work for a nonprofit? Are you volunteering at a mission-driven organization or perhaps serving as a board member? Are you seeking help in launching or… Continue reading

Please Support the Yale Club

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At this time of giving, we ask you to support the major projects of the Yale Club of Philadelphia— Summer Undergraduate Service Internship Summer Graduate Research Fellowship Alumni Schools Committee Yale Club Book… Continue reading

YALE ALUMNI NONPROFIT ALLIANCE (YANA)

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Philadelphia’s first YANA Round Table Discussion will feature Graham Finney (Y ’52) discussing strategic planning for non-profits, particularly newly formed organizations or ones needing rejuvenation. He will describe his experience in developing strategic plans and getting board-level buy-in for action. As examples, the planning efforts to revitalize the Friends of the Wissahickon from a stagnant 50-year old low impact organization to a vital force in preserving and restoring this important public park, his involvement with Mastery Charter Schools which encompass 23 schools and “all the big issues facing nonprofits.” Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be provided.

Sept 27: Thomas Jefferson and Native Americans

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The third and final exhibition of the Society’s remarkable collection of Jefferson’s materials focuses on his life-long quest to preserve Indian languages, now a mission of the Society. You’ll see amazing maps of Indian villages in the local vicinity, view an early 19th Century spreadsheet, and follow the linguistic interest in native peoples through two centuries of cultural oppression and ultimate renewal. A guided tour, lecture, and reception.