Mathematician Ronald Coifman
wins National Medal of Science
President Clinton has awarded Yale mathematician Ronald Coifman the National Medal of Science, which is the highest recognition of its kind in the country.
DeVita helping to shape nation's future strategy in the war on cancer
Dr. Vincent DeVita Jr., director of the Yale Cancer Center, has been on the front lines of the war against cancer since that battle officially began with the establishment of the 1971 National Cancer Act.
Concert by Yale Band will recall
Glenn Miller era
The music of Glenn Miller and his 418th Army Air Corps Technical Training Command Band, whose performances on the Woolsey Hall stage during the tumultuous era of World War II gripped many Americans, will reverberate once again in Yale's historic music hall.
Hustler publisher hails freedom of speech
"I've always felt since I was a kid that if something's not worth dying for, it's not worth a lot," said Hustler publisher Larry Flynt, when asked at a recent Calhoun College master's tea about his travails defending free speech.
Journalist Jonathan Rauch decries
special interest groups
To give audience members at his Poynter Fellowship Lecture an idea of the current state of American government, journalist Jonathan Rauch '82 asked them to imagine what their houses would be like if they could never throw away anything they had ever bought.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Influential architecture journal celebrates 50th year
Research shows patients with mental illnesses may get inadequate care after a heart attack
Discovery holds promise for reversing brain, spinal injury
Interdisciplinary studies to be focus of conference
Event will explore challenges of city management
Colgate-Palmolive official to discuss global strategy
YALE CANCER CENTER NEWS
Technology center at Stetson Library will help to bridge 'digital divide'
Africana specialist Woodson is new curator of Yale collection
Researchers find new stars in Milky Way's 'halo'
New drug to treat ailment that causes blindness is tested
Park ranger chosen as Yale Younger Poet
Alvin M. Liberman, specialist in psychology of speech, dies
Yale students will 'Stand Up and Dance' to make a difference
Special program celebrates modernist artists of WWI 'blast'
Comedy and characterizations combine in 'To the Top Top Top!' one-woman show
New SOM program examines changing economic landscape
White House recalls the legacy of C. Vann Woodward
Concerts raise funds to aid victims of Taiwan earthquake
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|Ronald Coifman was honored by President Clinton for his work on wavelet packets, a mathematical shorthand for compressing and restoring images or sounds.|
Pictured during a 1943 "I Sustain Wings" radio broadcast from Woolsey Hall are (from left) Broderick Crawford, Ray McKinley and Glenn Miller.