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Kahlil Greene ’21 (left) will take office in the fall as the first black president of the Yale College Council in its 47-year history. Greene, who is from Germantown, Maryland, ran unopposed for the top job in undergraduate student government. He has previously served as finance director of the YCC.

In an election this spring, alumni chose Ann Miura-Ko ’98 to serve a six-year term on the university’s board of trustees. Miura-Ko, a cofounder and managing partner of the venture capital firm Floodgate, has a PhD from Stanford, where she is a lecturer in engineering.



Anthony Campbell ’95, ’09MDiv, retired from the New Haven Police Department in March after 21 years on the force and nearly two years as chief. But he’s not done policing. In June, he joined the Yale Police Department as assistant chief of operations. Yale chief Ronnell Higgins wrote in a community e-mail that Campbell would oversee patrol operations, community engagement, and emergency services.



David Pease, a painter and professor who served as dean of the School of Art from 1983 to 1996, died on November 19. He was 86 years old. Pease came to Yale in 1983 after serving for six years as dean of the Tyler School of Art at Temple University, where he had taught since 1960. He retired from the School of Art as the Street Professor Emeritus of Painting in 2000. His work as a painter is included in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Yale University Art Gallery.

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