Divinity School gets $6 million grant
Yale University will receive $6 million from Lilly Endowment Inc. to restore and improve the historic buildings at the Divinity School, enabling the work to begin this summer.
CMI will boost faculty's use of new media
Provost Alison F. Richard has announced the establishment of a media resource center to serve the University's Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) and its professional schools.
'Accelerated life' suits Yale's youngest star
Like any 16-year-old, Min Lee is eager to get her driver's license, and is especially looking forward to traveling alone on the highway.
From the University Provost
I write to bring you up to date on two developments that may affect whether graduate teaching assistants at Yale have the legal right to unionize.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Gifts support use of new technologies in teaching and learning
Yale SOM experts take to the airwaves
Actors must connect with their characters, says Pacino
Interior Secretary to discuss environmental ethics
Ralph Reed to give lecture at Law School
Scientists' characterization of yeast gene may yield clues about how human cells work
Keith Wilson earns high honors for his musical contributions
Drama takes audience on metaphysical train ride
Doctor helps design Disney exhibit on high-tech world of radiology
Yale-related renovation projects win design awards
Researcher wins competitive McKnight Investigator Award
Duke's Men to perform in the 'Do Downtown' lunchtime series
Holiday Toys for Kids drive
Modest measures advised in preparation for Y2K
Hawkshaw speaks at conference on Bruckner
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|Al Pacino watches members of the Yale Dramat perform a scene from "Othello" during the master class in acting held at the University Theatre.|
Violinist Min Lee is the youngest student ever to be admitted to the School of Music.