The news of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks against the United States affected the campus in many ways. Shortly after the first news reports, President Richard C. Levin released an official statement: "We are shocked and saddened by the events of the last several hours and are doing all that we can to provide assistance and support to our students, faculty and staff."
Remarks presented by President Richard C. Levin during the University Vigil on Cross Campus the evening of Sept. 11.
Yale community members have discussed various aspects of the Sept. 11 tragedy in the media and on campus.
Photographs from around the campus.
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Members of the Yale community gathered to share moments of quiet reflection and prayer at a Candlelight Ceremony held Sept. 11 on Cross Campus.
Sir Anthony Van Dyck's "Queen Henrietta Maria and her Dwarf, Sir Jeffrey Hudson" is among the works on view in a new exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art.