Yale students working with city residents
to revitalize New Haven neighborhoods
While unrolling two large sheets of paper containing architectural drawings for a metal fence, Yale student Fatimah Guienze '00 stumbles in her eagerness to find the words that best convey her feelings about the structure's beauty.
Top women in tennis to vie for
Pilot Pen trophy
Number-one-ranked Lindsay Davenport, this year's Wimbledon champion, heads a roster of the world's top women tennis players coming to Yale to compete in the Pilot Pen Tennis tournament, Sunday-Saturday, Aug. 22-28.
Enterprise Center helping to transform
ideas for new businesses into realities
Ideas, the saying goes, are "a dime a dozen," but in New Haven, home of some of history's most inventive thinkers and innovators, ideas have often proven to be invaluable.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
With NIH support, researchers seek ways
to heal spinal cord
Exhibit pays tribute to Fossey's work with mountain gorillas
Entomologist verifies immigrant mosquito's
arrival in state
Artistic transgressions applauded in Yale Art Gallery show
Fellowship winners devote summer to work in Elm City
Dwight Hall internships provide opportunity for public service
Accomplished high school students will attend Yale as Sterling Scholars
Alumni honored for their success as scholar-athletes
Support renewed for Yale-China's summer institutes
Links between environment, economy explored in new books
Yale affiliates featured in exhibit focusing on East and West Rocks
Noted pediatrician T. Berry Brazelton to speak at annual conference
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Lindsay Davenport won the singles trophy at Wimbledon; now she's bound for New Haven.