Study finds undercurrent of anger
in U.S. workplaces
In a one-week period recently, news headlines twice turned the nation's attention to the problem of workplace rage, as two individuals went on killing sprees in places they had been employed.
Translating Shakespeare into sign language was a lesson in the art of communication
As a recent project to translate Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" into sign language shows, "body language" can speak volumes.
'Alternative' therapies not favored over conventional medical care, says survey
In the largest survey ever to measure patient visits for alternative therapies, a Yale study has found that contrary to popular perception, patients generally report using alternative therapies to augment, rather than replace, their medical care.
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Robert Blocker to continue as dean of the School of Music
Mary E. Miller is new master of Saybrook College
Array of appointments announced at Graduate School
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Women under 50 at greater risk of dying from heart attacks than are men
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Center's creative use of computers aids medical research
Exhibits at Beinecke Library celebrate the pioneering spirit
Stanford-Yale forum will boost junior faculty's skills in legal scholarship
Psychopharmocologist Dr. Robert Byck dies; discovered properties of MSG, THC
Awards support research and outreach programs at Yale Cancer Center
Program on Nonprofit Organizations names new leaders
Hydrogeology expert joins School of Forestry
Yale Rep's coming season features broad spectrum of plays
Correction: Fourth scholar-athlete identified
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|Feste (Peter Cook) teases the jailed Malvolio (the arms of Robert DeMayo) who is reaching through a window trying to catch his tormentor in a scene from the signed translation of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night."|
Pictured here is just a portion of the "difference engine," a forerunner of the modern calculator created by inventor Charles Babbage in the mid-1800s.