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Between 1977 and 1979, Frank Moore studies at the Cité Inter­na­tionale des Arts in Paris, sup­port­ing him­self by teach­ing Eng­lish to Mus­lim youth.

David Springer graduates from Yale Law School.

Leonard Raver joins the New York Philharmonic.

Warren Smith graduates from Harvard, and begins working for Debevoise, Plimp­ton, Lyons & Gates (now Debevoise & Plimp­ton).

Jack Winkler is the sole faculty member to help organize Yale’s first Gay Rights Week.

Lawrence Jacobs earns an Architecture Record House Award. He also begins his own architectural firm in Manhattan.

Harry Kondoleon graduates from Hamilton College.


August 16, 1977: Elvis Presley dies at his home in Graceland, TN.


Yale Women’s Center established.

The Yale Center for British Art opens its doors.

The Whitney Humanities Center is established.