Commencement, 1999 Style
Just as every graduate of Yale University is unique, so is every Yale graduation. This year, several new twists have been added to the time-honored traditions marking the University's 1999 Commencement activities, Saturday-Monday, May 22-24.
Facility to enhance strength
in environmental sciences
University administrators and scientists ceremonially broke ground May 12 to celebrate the upcoming construction of a new building designed to position Yale in the new millennium as a leader in the study of environmental sciences.
Guide again taps Yale as
a 'must-see' attraction
For the second year in a row, a popular travel guide is advising visitors to stop by the historic Yale campus when journeying through the region.
'Under My (Green) Thumb':
Rolling Stones sideman talks
about life as a tree farmer
It's not so rare for the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES) to invite a private landowner to campus to talk about how he manages the natural resources under his purview.
Summertime at Yale
Summertime -- A season for concerts under the stars, festivals, leisurely evenings meant for pursuing recreation or catching a ball game, bright warm days to sail the Sound, and spare time to do things that were put off in other seasons, such as visiting an art gallery or attending a lecture.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
City-Wide Open Studios celebrates work of Yale and area artists
A Conversation About Welfare and the Media
Eleven honored for strengthening town-gown ties
Special award, Jovin Fund commemorate student's good works
From design to construction, program gives architecture students a lesson in home-making
Graduate students cited for excellence in teaching
1999 Commencement Information
Beinecke exhibition celebrates the art of collecting books
New line of Yale ties and scarves combine architectural elements with heraldic shields
Studio classes again to highlight annual festival of arts and ideas
Project X Update
Leffell to speak about surgery for skin cancer
Kaplan honored for his work with children
Guide shows motorists where to park downtown
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|A detail from an Egyptian sculpture on display in the exhibit "Daily Life in Ancient Egypt" at the Peabody Museum of Natural History, one of the many activities available during the summer at Yale University.