Actress to talk about her art
in Maynard Mack Lecture
Actress Claire Bloom, whose career has included starring roles on both stage and screen, will speak on campus as a guest of the Maynard Mack Lectureship at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 18, in the lecture hall of the Yale University Art Gallery, 1111 Chapel St.
Older workers help Yale Program
on Aging reach out to community's elderly population
On most days at her job, Alice Van Wie discovers reasons to feel encouraged about her future. Over and over again, she comes across people in their later years who are still enjoying life, with or without some of the health problems associated with aging. Their lives and attitudes, Van Wie says, help to energize her.
Campus honors man who gave
Yale its name
Elihu Yale never set foot in New Haven, and there's no evidence that he ever attended college. Yet, because of his gift to a struggling "Collegiate School" in a far-off New England colony, that institution found a permanent home in the Elm City, and the Yale name has been linked with quality higher education for nearly three centuries.
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Physicist Grober is appointed to Barton Weller chair
Policymakers to consider prospects for economic and social development in Latin America
Alumna Congresswoman to speak at AACC's anniversary event
Feminist Friedan will take part in 'Women and Freedom' conference
Conference to examine how life has changed in Connecticut
Music student recitals to be held off-campus
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