The Buckley Institute has launched a new podcast, Pod and Man at Yale, featuring student voices on the most important campus issues.
The Buckley Institute is saddened by the passing of the Honorable James L. Buckley ’44, Buckley Institute Board Emeritus Director.
The Buckley Institute's 2023 essay contest for high school and Yale students is officially open with prizes of $1,000, $500, and $250.
The Buckley Institute regrets to share the news of the passing of Terry Holcombe ’64, member of the Buckley Institute board of directors and true devotee of lux et veritas.
The Buckley Institute released a report detailing the ideological imbalance among faculty in key departments at Yale and in Yale Law School.
The Buckley Institute is proud to launch the Donald Kagan Memorial Fund to advance the values Professor Kagan stood for, spread the knowledge he felt indispensable, and fight for the Yale he believed in.
The Buckley Institute is excited to announce this year’s Lux et Veritas Faculty Prize is awarded to John M. Duff, Jr. Professor of Law Amy Chua.
The Wall Street Journal published a letter from Buckley Program founder and executive director Lauren Noble raising the alarm about college student support for compelled speech.
In the Washington Times, Buckley Program Founder and Executive Director Lauren Noble talked about Yale’s most recent retreat from transparency.
There’s little reason for optimism about Yale Law’s recent statement on free speech.
Highest Ever Recorded Percentages Intimidated from Sharing Opinions on Campus; 13% Increase in Those Intimidated by Peers
A movement is growing in defense of free speech and viewpoint diversity at our nation’s elite educational institutions. The Buckley Program leads the way.
The Buckley Program could not be prouder to be a part of this effort through our new Fight for Yale’s Future initiative.
The Buckley Program is thrilled to announce Dr. Mordechai Levy-Eichel as the inaugural winner of our Lux et Veritas Faculty Prize. This prize recognizes a Yale faculty member who actively fosters intellectual diversity for students in and out of the classroom.
We are delighted to share with you that one of our longtime student leaders, Jasper Boers '22, was recently selected as a Schwarzman Scholar.
Half of Respondents Feel Intimidated in Sharing Ideas. Strong Majorities Support the Constitution & First Amendment Rights.