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Sign up to receive e-newsletters produced by Yale departments with information on campus news and events, including plays, concerts, art exhibits, and athletic competitions, as well as local New Haven happenings. A number of these publications are listed below. A more comprehensive list can be found at https://messages.yale.edu/Subscribe/.

Office of Public Affairs & Communications
YaleNews - Top Stories A twice-weekly email providing top stories from YaleNews, the university’s central news source. YaleNews offers a comprehensive look at the people and programs across - and even beyond - the Yale campus. Join or leave this list
Notes from Woodbridge Hall Messages from President Peter Salovey, usually published every other Monday.  Join or leave this list
Music & Theater
Music at Yale The Yale School of Music presents solo, chamber, choral, and orchestral performances of repertoire ranging from early to new music, as well as master classes, lectures, special events, and programs at the Yale Collection of Musical Instruments and Norfolk Chamber Music Festival. The School’s e-newsletter also highlights programs at the Yale Institute of Sacred Music and performances by undergraduate ensembles. Join this list
Free Tickets to Met Opera: Live in HD See the Met at Yale: the Iseman Broadcasts of the Met Live in HD. Tickets to the Met’s live broadcasts are available free of charge to members of the Yale community on a first-come, first-served basis. Sign up here to be notified when tickets are available for each event. Join or leave this list
Yale Repertory Theatre/Yale School of Drama Yale Repertory Theatre is a Tony Award-winning professional theatre company on the campus of Yale University. Producing almost 50 productions a year, Yale Rep also serves as a training ground for students at Yale School of Drama.  Join or leave this list
Yale Cabaret For more than 40 years, the Yale Cabaret has been the home of cutting-edge theater at Yale. The productions, which change on a weekly basis, reflect the passion and diversity of the graduate students at the Yale School of Drama. The Cabaret also offers a full menu and drinks before each performance, making it a perfect night out. Join or leave this list
Galleries, Museums, & Culture
Yale University Art Gallery With renowned collections of more than 185,000 objects from around the world and from ancient times to the present day, the Gallery is the oldest college art museum in the United States. The Gallery is open free of charge and features special exhibitions, installations from the permanent collection, gallery talks, tours, and more! Join this list
Yale Center for British Art The Yale Center for British Art houses the largest and most comprehensive collection of British art outside the United Kingdom in a landmark building by Louis Kahn. Presented to the University by Paul Mellon (Yale Class of 1929), the collection surveys British art and culture from the Elizabethan era to the present. The Center hosts a year-round schedule of exhibitions, concerts, films, tours, and more - all free and open to the public. Join or leave this list
Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History Programs for adults and children throughout the year include talks, activities, festivals, puppet shows and much more. Join or leave this list
Whitney Humanities Center Throughout the school year, the Whitney hosts a wide variety of academic and cultural events, from international symposia, special exhibitions, and lecture series by distinguished guests, to poetry readings, concerts, weekly working group discussions, 35mm film screenings, and conversations with authors, artists, and film makers. All events are free and open to the public. Join or leave this list
Libraries
Yale University Library One of the world’s great libraries, Yale University Library collects, preserves, and provides access to the record of human thought and activity. It sponsors exhibits, lectures, and other special events throughout the year. Join or leave this list
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library The Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, one of the world’s largest libraries of its kind, is Yale’s principal repository for literary archives, early manuscripts, and rare books. It hosts a year-round schedule of exhibitions, readings, concerts, and more — all free and open to the public. Join or leave this list
New Haven
New Haven Events and Promotions Many of the shops and restaurants in the Broadway, Chapel, and Audubon Districts in downtown offer shopping and dining discounts to the Yale community throughout the year and host special events. Join or leave this list
New Haven Involved Be involved in the civic life of New Haven. Learn about volunteer opportunities in our community, municipal and non-profit events, and updates and information about local schools. Receive offers for free tickets to local events, when available. A resource for the New Haven resident and anyone who wants an easy way to stay engaged in our community. Brought to you by the Yale Office of New Haven and State Affairs. Join or leave this list
Athletics
Yale Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation Stay in the know on upcoming Yale employee/student promotions as well as information regarding Payne Whitney Gym, Yale tennis center, and Yale golf course memberships. Join or leave this list
Yale Press
Yale University Press Receive periodic updates about new and forthcoming books, special offers, author events and other Press related news Join or leave this list