Yale University Campus
On the territory of the university there are many scientific and popular student magazines and newspapers. The Yale Record, founded in 1872, is the world’s oldest humor magazine. Newspapers are especially popular daily Yale Daily News, the first issue of which was released in 1878, and the weekly Yale Herald, published since 1986. Among the experts of The Yale Political Union (Yale University Political Union) such famous politicians as John Kerry and George Pataki. The Yale International Relations Association (Yale University International Relations Association) is an umbrella organization for the all Yale model UN rankings (a scientific conference with role-playing elements in which students and high school students reproduce the work of the United Nations; the format that is widespread today) . The campus also includes several fraternities and women’s clubs. The campus has at least 18 a cappella ensembles, the compositions of which change from year to year, while maintaining the traditions of a particular team. The most famous of them, the Whiffenpoof, founded in 1901, differs from the others primarily because it consists exclusively of male undergraduates.
The Yale University Library is the extensive library system at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. The library collection, which began with several dozen books donated to the newly founded college in 1701, has grown to 15.2 million volumes, which today are stored in fifteen university buildings. This is the third largest university research library in North America.
The Yale University campus offers a safe and supportive atmosphere in which a sense of cohesion naturally forms between people, enriching the learning and daily life of students and university staff. The old “houses” inside Yale University, designed for graduate and postgraduate students, are full of charm and surrounded by legends. Many of the buildings where students are now located throughout the history of the university have been used for a variety of purposes.
Yale University is located in New Haven, Connecticut, the old port city 120 km northeast of New York. The activity of the university goes far beyond the borders of the United States from the beginning of the XIX century, when members of the departments began to teach and conduct research for the first time abroad.