As the summer comes to a close, students showcase the acts, dances, skits, and videos they've been working on all session long.
Students pose with their Living Groups and Residential Advisors.
Students have their final dance on the Old Campus quad.
Senior Ermia is establishing meaningful connections with his classmates during EXPLO Collaborative Discussion Method debates. For Ermia, learning with, and from, people with different perspectives strengthens relationships begets leadership.
Students showcase paintings, architecture, film, fashion, and other works of art that they have been working on in their courses all session in the art show at Yale's Green Gallery.
Students perform spoken word, poetry, and music that they've been working on in classes all session long in front of their peers and staff.
Sixteen-year-old Carolina has a unique set of skills that she hopes will set her apart when applying to colleges in the U.S. At EXPLO, she's learning that living in a diverse community — and understanding different perspectives — will prepare her for university and for life.
As classes wrap up for the day, students spend some time on the Old Campus quad and around New Haven.
Students take part in the event 'One World,' where students from a variety of ethics-based courses create experiences for their peers to learn about important and complex issues that our world faces today.