Paul Mellon leaves Yale University
$90 million for arts programs
Philanthropist Paul Mellon '29, who died on Feb. 1, bequeathed to Yale not only $90 million to support the arts at his alma mater, but also about 130 oil paintings and works on paper as well as some personal items.
Schmoke named Senior Fellow
of Yale Corporation
Baltimore Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke has been named Senior Fellow of the Yale Corporation, the University's governing body, according to an announcement by President Richard C. Levin.
The Cloak and Dagger World--Former
CIA officials to take part in conference
on the scholarly study of espionage
The worlds of spies have always been secretive, revealed most often as the stuff of fiction. On Friday and Saturday, Feb. 26 and 27, former CIA officials, historians, novelists and scholars will bring those worlds out of the shadows as they examine the subject of espionage and its intellectual, ethical, artistic and institutional implications.
For the third year, students from New Haven's Cooperative Arts and Humanities Magnet High School spent their winter break on campus honing their musical abilities at the School of Music.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Untangling 'historical jumble' about Jefferson no easy feat, say scholars
William Kessen, renowned expert in child psychology, dies at age 74
Yale affiliates offering lectures and performance off-campus this week
Yale Opera to perform Tchaikovsky's 'Iolanta'
Law's relationship to low-wage workers to be explored
Chemical engineer Altman receives Presidential Early Career Award
Grant allows forestry students to work as interns across the nation
'ETHNY2K' conference will explore future directions of ethnic studies
about Yale figures
Robert Louis Jackson wins Humboldt Award