Applications to Yale College
reach record high
The number of applications to Yale College for the Class of 2003 are at an all-time high, according to Richard H. Shaw Jr., dean of undergraduate admissions and financial aid.
New Medical School facility will
provide needed laboratory space
Yale recently announced its plans to construct a major medical research complex in New Haven's Hill neighborhood to meet a growing need for more space at the School of Medicine.
Lieberman to discuss 'Public Life
in the Age of Scandal'
U.S. Senator and Yale alumnus Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn.) will speak at his alma mater on Thursday, Feb. 18, at 6 p.m. in Rm. 127 of the Law School, 127 Wall St. Lieberman's talk, titled "Public Life in the Age of Scandal: The Thin Line Between Trust and Disgust," is sponsored by the Chubb Fellowship at Timothy Dwight College. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Bollingen Prize in poetry awarded
to Robert White Creeley
Robert White Creeley has been named the winner of the 1999 Bollingen Prize in Poetry, called "America's top poetry award" by the New York Times.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Graduate students providing free services to local biotechnology firms
International experts leading Yale-Stimson seminar
Dramatic reading to highlight symposium on legacy of Austrian writer's 'misanthropic' works
'Unburying' bones is all in a day's work for museum preparator
Fossil dig, talks by student paleontologists will highlight 'Dinosaur Days'
Exhibit documents the 'life and death' of a North Carolina furniture factory
Evening of dance by campus troupes will benefit New Haven charities
Hoch will demonstrate his 'super-chameleon' talents in one-man show
YCIAS announces array of available fellowship and grant opportunities
|Pictured is the architectural model for the new medical research complex slated to be built on Congress Avenue.|