Student Organizations

Students at Yale have access to a wide range of activities within the School of Architecture and elsewhere in the University or the community. These focus on academic, cultural, political, and community-based interests. Below is a list of current student organizations within the School of Architecture. Contact each individually for more information.

The Architecture Lobby
The Architecture Lobby is an organization of architectural workers advocating for the value of architecture in the general public and for architectural work within the discipline.
http://www.architecture-lobby.org/
elaina.berkowitz@yale.edu

Christian Fellowship
The Christian Fellowship is a community and discussion group of Yale architecture students that meets weekly to explore the overlap of ideas relating to the Christian tradition, our work, and architecture.
Student Representatives: wilson.carroll@yale.edu, clarissa.luwia@yale.edu, james.kehl@yale.edu

Equality in Design
Equality in Design is a coalition of committed students from the Yale School of Architecture seeking equity within the architectural profession and the built environment.
equalityindesign.tumblr.com/
equalityindesignysoa@gmail.com

OutLines
OutLines is a social and advocacy group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and allied students in Rudolph Hall. OutLines functions as a discussion group, support system and social network focusing on the exploration of LGBTQ issues within the YSOA, Yale University at large,and future professional settings.
ysoaoutlines@gmail.com, matthew.zuckerman@yale.edu

Paprika!
Paprika! is a weekly broadsheet written and edited by students of the Yale School of Architecture. Founded in 2014, Paprika! is named for the blazing orange carpets in the pits and auditorium of Rudolph Hall: the focal points of the School, our ground.
paprika.ysoa@gmail.com
yalepaprika.com

(un)disciplined
(un)disciplined is an independent student forum that encourages cross-disciplinary dialogues. Venturing into unfamiliar territory makes our discipline stronger and creates new possibilities for practice, research, and engagement with the wider world. Our speaker series convenes students and scholars from related academic fields to talk about "architecture" broadly defined. When we reach outside our own domain, we become better, more informed architects.
ysoa.undisciplined@gmail.com

YSOA Film Series
The YSOA Film Series is a student-run forum that uses film as an opportunity to discuss architecture and its cultural-historical context. Students as well as faculty contribute to the repertoire.