Letter to the Yale Community from
President Levin and Provost Richard
Last spring, we invited the Department of Political Science to envision what it could do if it were allowed to add a number of incremental faculty positions.
Seeking unique holiday gift ideas? Yale's museum and computer shops may have just what you need
If you're searching for something for that hard-to-buy-for person on your holiday gift list, you will find items designed to whet a variety of tastes and interests at Yale's campus shops.
University and the Yale Police union reach agreement on six-year contract
Yale's unionized police officers have ratified a six-year contract with the University that will provide officers with a series of salary increases and enhanced pension and disability benefits.
New website to serve as resource
for planning events on campus
The University's Office of New Haven Affairs and Yale Conference Services have joined forces to create an electronic Events Planner on the World Wide Web.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Rethinking Political Order:
The Nation State in the Emerging World
A New Initiative in Political Science at Yale
Oxford pays tribute to Ivy League presidents who earned degrees at the British university
Display of AIDS Quilt will balance public programs with periods of quiet reflection
Dramatist Arthur Miller pulls back the curtain to reveal how he performs his craft
PONPO celebrates 20th anniversary with conference
Discussion to focus on educating children about the environment
Warren H. Smith, former Yale editor, dies at age 93
Genetic causes of heart disease and hypertension to be focus of HHMI lectures
Holiday Toys for Kids drive
Students and staff can commemorate death or loss at Service of Remembrance
|Although displayed several times at the Mall in Washington, D.C., over the years the AIDS Memorial Quilt has grown so large that it no longer can be put on exhibit in its entirety even in that huge space. This week, two panels from the Quilt will be on display at Battell Chapel.