'339 Yale homebuyers -- and counting!
The Yale Homebuyer Program, which encourages staff and faculty to purchase homes in New Haven, is still going strong -- with 56 University employees taking advantage of the program in just the last 15 months.
A house becomes a home on Bristol St.
From every angle, the tale of "The House at 89 Bristol St." is an unqualified success story. The house was recently purchased by Yale employee Angela Ben-Elohim and her husband, Zephaniah, with the assistance of the University's Homebuyer Program -- making it among one of hundreds of homeowner "success stories" brought about through the initiative.
'Private Censorship and Perfect Choice'
Conference to explore 'Speech and
Regulation on the Net'
What is the future of free speech on the Internet? Should copyright laws apply to materials on the World Wide Web? Do we really need a "V-chip" for the Net? How will the web affect journalism and contract law?
Special events pay tribute to
Native American culture
A weekend-long celebration of Native American culture will be held on campus Friday-Sunday, April 9-11.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
A Conversation With a Peace Maker
Improving health of minorities is top priority, Satcher says
The Surgeon General speaks out on some tough issues
Yale Opera to present Verdi's adaptation of Shakespearean comedy
Baltimore Mayor Kurt Schmoke to talk at Divinity School
Graphic! British Prints Now' celebrates state of the art of British printmaking
Film Fest New Haven to pay tribute to Yale animator
Renowned artists to take part in panel and symposium at Yale Art Gallery
Scholars will share perspectives on issues in South Asia in series of events
Museum hosts recreation of 'Dances for a Building'
Visiting philosopher to present talk
Venclova is honored by the Lithuanian government
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|Bill Carney (top left), who manages the Yale Homebuyer Program, stands with members of the Ben-Elohim family, who recently purchased a home at|
89 Bristol Street.