Bulldogs gear up for 'The Game'
The 116th edition of that annual Yale-Harvard gridiron contest known simply as "The Game" -- being played Saturday, Nov. 20, at the Yale Bowl -- may be crucial in determining who wins the Ivy League crown this season.
Donoghue, biodiversity expert, will join EEB
Michael J. Donoghue, an expert in biodiversity at Harvard University, has been named the first G. Evelyn Hutchinson Professor in Yale's burgeoning department of ecology and evolutionary biology (EEB).
Study proves aspirin alone prevents
future heart attacks
Heart attack sufferers can benefit as much from taking one aspirin a day after their trauma as from taking aspirin along with a powerful anti-clotting drug, a Yale study shows.
Academy of the Arts pays tribute to Stern
The Academy of the Arts of Guild Hall will honor the Dean of the School of Architecture with a lifetime achievement award later this month.
Environmental Law Institute lauds Speth
The Environmental Law Institute (ELI) recently presented a Lifetime Achievement Award to James Gustave ("Gus") Speth, dean of the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Yale moves forward with biomedical engineering program
Columbia's Chase named deputy dean of medical education
Nobel Peace Prize winner to take part in discussion of East Timor
Veteran White House correspondent to give Poynter Lecture
Long history of legends surrounds 'The Game'
Yale, Harvard Glee Clubs mark century of making harmony on eve of 'The Game'
Study reveals why 'Lonesome George' snubs potential mates
Noted alumnus describes 'dramatic' changes in the world of sports
Architect Libeskind tells how he conveyed 'the real' and 'the invisible' in new Jewish Museum of Berlin
Bone loss from steroid use is easily preventable, says Insogna
Medical school auction to benefit homelessness, hunger programs
People with OCD can find support in group therapy
Annual tour will showcase area hotel accommodations
Yale affiliates to present talks off campus
Event offers tips on how to have tough discussions
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|While the Yale-Harvard game on Nov. 20 might affect the race for the Ivy League championship, "the bigger issue is Harvard itself," says Bulldog Coach Jack Siedlecki.|
A Galapagos tortoise dubbed "Lonesome George" is spurning local females, like the one pictured above. Yale scientists have learned why.