Nov 29: Book Club

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BOOK CLUB:   THE CENTAUR IN THE GARDEN By Moacyr Scliar   November 29, 6:30 Le Pain Quotidien 1425 Walnut St, Philadelphia

SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT ALUMNI DINNER

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SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT ALUMNI DINNER   October 13th, 6:00-8:00PM Pyramid Club 1735 Market St, 52nd floor Philadelphia, PA 19103   Keep your Yale connections strong.  Enjoy a dinner with fellow alumni of the… Continue reading

Yale Book Club

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Yale Book Club October 25 at 6:30 PM Le Pain Quotidien, Rittenhouse 1425 Walnut St (between Broad and 15th St.) Mark your calendars and start reading! This month we’re reading: Suits A Woman… Continue reading

ELECTION DISCUSSION SERIES 3—FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC POLICY

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ELECTION DISCUSSION SERIES 3—FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC POLICY October 20, 6- 8 pm Free Library, 1901 Vine Street, Room 405 With the election 20 days away, and the debates just over, major questions of… Continue reading

The Yale Alumni Lunch Roundtable

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  The Yale Alumni Lunch Roundtable Join us October 11!  The Pyramid Club 1735 Market St. 52nd floor To reserve your space and to pay the $5 admission fee, please visit: http://www.eventbrite.com/preview?eid=28083736211 Lunch and reception… 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.

PAST EVENT: June 18th: Annual Meeting and Talk by Yale Dean Jonathan Holloway

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Annual Meeting and Talk by Yale Dean Jonathan Holloway “A Year to Remember” June 18th from 2 – 4 pm National Museum of American Jewish History 101 S Independence Mall, Philadelphia Dr. Jonathan… Continue reading

PAST EVENT: June 2nd: Yale Football and Lacrosse Coaches Visit Philadelphia

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Yale Football and Lacrosse Coaches Visit Philadelphia June 2nd from 5:30 to 7:00 PM PFM Group, Mellon Bank Building, 43rd Floor. 1735 Market St, Philadelphia   For the first time, both football and… Continue reading

PAST EVENT: May 24th: Yale Book Club

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Book Club Meeting — The Red Chamber by Pauline A. Chen May 24th at 6:30 PM Pain Quotidien 1425 Walnut St., Philadelphia This debut novel is a reimagining of the Chinese classic Dream of… Continue reading