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Members Only (and Guests) National Law Enforcement Museum Construction Tour 

Sat Jun 23, 2018 11:00 AM

Davis Buckley, FAIA, M.E.D 70', BArch 71', as the architect of this national museum, will be taking participants on a one-of-a-kind tour of the memorial and the museum which is still under construction and 85% complete. 



Join Harvard and other Ivy/7 Sisters alumni:


IVY / Seven Sisters 2018 Washington Kastles

Thu Jul 19, 2018 7:00 PM


2018 CITI Open Tennis Tournament

Wed Aug 1, 2018 2:00 PM







Come Play!


Yale alumni in the D.C. area participate in several team sports leagues as part of the Capital Alumni Network (CAN).  Click the link at top to go to our sports teams page.

We encourage alumni to join and play, or at least come cheer us on as we take on alumni squads from over 70 other colleges! 


Network with Fellow Yalies


 The Yale Club of D.C. Mentoring Program provides alumni the opportunity to both serve as  mentors to Yale alums as well as seek out mentors through our vast alumni network in the Washington, D.C. area.    

Join the Yale Club of Washington, DC today

Membership in the Yale Club offers an exciting and unique opportunity to be part of the large, diverse and active Yale community in the greater Washington metropolitan area. 


Upcoming Events


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 Yale/Yalie-Affiliated Events and News



Yalies in DC Theater - AN ILIAD


Conor Bagley '16 and Iason Togias '16 invite all DC area alumni to their performance of AN ILIAD at Atlas Performing Arts Center at 1333 H St NE May 31-June 9.



"It's an amazing play which is very much in line with Yale's Directed Studies Program and its commitment to the arts. It's a modern, one-man retelling of Homer's epic poem set to music by a live musician playing double bass. I think many Yale alumni in DC would be interested in our production, not least of all because the two main artists developing it are DC-born Yalies. Here's the link to our website for some more info: www.aniliaddc.com"




Scott W. Stern - The Trials of Nina McCall: Sex, Surveillance, and the Decades-Long Government Plan to Imprison "Promiscuous" Women

Join Scott W. Stern (Branford 2015, Yale Law School 2020) on June 2nd for an event on his book tour, where he'll be speaking about his new book, The Trials of Nina McCall: Sex, Surveillance, and the Decades-Long Government Plan to Imprison Promiscuous Women. The nonfiction book is about the American Plan, one of the largest and longest-lasting mass quarantines in American history. As Scott details, throughout the twentieth century, the United States government imprisoned tens, probably hundreds, of thousands of women and girls without due process - simply because officials suspected these women had sexually transmitted infections. Scott's book hits shelves on May 15, and it has already been optioned for feature film by Oscar-winning producer (and Yale alumna) Cathy Schulman.



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