Dwight Hall appoints a new leader
Dwight Hall at Yale, the nonprofit organization that was founded by Yale undergraduates in 1886 to promote community service and social justice, has named a new general secretary.
McClatchy among alumni elected
to Academy of Arts and Letters
Poet and literary critic J.D. McClatchy, editor of The Yale Review, is one of seven Yale alumni elected this year to the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Letters.
British Art Center pays tribute
to its founder with Stubbs exhibit
When philanthropist Paul Mellon began to collect works by George Stubbs in the 1930s, the English artist was largely overlooked and dismissed as merely a "horse painter."
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Grant will support multifaceted research on human skeleton
'Please Be Seated': Yale Art Gallery show invites public to rest a spell
Classic comedy by Noel Coward will top off the season at the Yale Rep
New degree program to prepare oncology nurse practitioners
Susan Cook returns to Yale to head Cambodian Genocide Program
Two Yale College juniors receive prestigious Truman Scholarships
Alumna Jackson Lee recalls days when 'We had to change the world'
Staff member leads campaign to 'smart-wire' children in first years of life
Poets Ashbery and Hollander to read from their works
Drama School to present 'Life is a Dream'
Merger creates Council of European Studies
Visiting professor to discuss varying concepts of Europe
Symposium to consider future of broadcast, cable and net technologies
Longtime Yale Press editor-in-chief Edward Tripp dies at age 79
Forestry School to honor late librarian
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|Known best for his images of horses, George Stubbs painted "A Zebra" in 1763. The work is part of the British Art Center exhibit paying tribute to its founder, Paul Mellon. READ STORY|