The Women's Campaign School at Yale University is strictly nonpartisan. Republican and Democratic women go there to train for campaigns — how to organize them, run them and win them.
This year, the school has seen a significant uptick in enrollment, and for that, it can thank President Donald J. Trump. Women of all political persuasions flooded the school with requests, and — for a five-day summer session that starts in June — with applications.
The school is wading through some 500 applications for 80 slots. That's a record.
Monday was the application deadline, and Patricia Russo, the executive director, spent a day at The Study At Yale Hotel, where from 10 a.m. until 4...