The Yale AIDS Memorial Project (YAMP) is an alumni-led initiative to honor and document the lives of hundreds of men and women from the University who perished during the AIDS epidemic. YAMP will pay homage to the deceased—students, faculty, and staff—by building a memorial website with their biographies, photos, and reminiscences from friends and family. By telling the story of AIDS through the lens of a single institution, YAMP will make the epidemic palpable for a younger generation and help stimulate an AIDS memory boom.
graduate and professional students
Yale GALA is an educational and cultural organization that seeks to promote the well-being and betterment of the Yale University gay and lesbian community, including alumni, faculty, students and the public at large.
Outlines is committed to providing a forum for the exploration of LGBTQ issues for the architecture community in particular and the arts and wider Yale communities more generally. We aim to provide a support group, advocacy platform, and social network for LGBTQ students and allies concentrated in Rudolph and Loria halls.