Yale greets 'superb' crop of freshmen
Yale College this year welcomed an "absolutely superb" group of freshmen, who faced especially stiff competition to earn a place in the Class of 2003.
Outreach to students is key goal
of new assistant deans
Yale College Dean Richard H. Brodhead has announced the appointment of two assistant deans who will work with undergraduates to help them maximize their opportunities in the wider world beyond campus.
Discovery of skeleton from ancient ape provides insights into the origins of humans
Yale research of a partial ancient ape skeleton from more than 15 million years ago has yielded a new genus called Equatorius, providing evidence that the more likely ancestor of great apes and humans is a species called Kenyapithecus wickeri.
Scientists get close-up look at interior
Yale scientists have crossed an important threshold in their effort to determine the positions of atoms in the ribosome.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Bosnians share traumatic war experiences with Yale chaplain
Development Office reorganizes Major Gifts division
FOCUS program gives students a close-up view of city
Exhibit features abstract photographs of the natural world world
School of Architecture exhibits explore 'cutting edge' arts
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Journalists will get in-depth look at law as Knight Fellows
Concert celebrates new year at the School of Music
Memorial service to be held for Julia Rusinek
Seven faculty members receive ASCAP awards
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|The International Festival of Arts and Ideas served up a feast for the eyes, the ears and the mind when it returned to the Elm City June 18-July 3. Whimsical artworks were among the exotic offerings on the New Haven Green during the event.|
Sophomore Daisuki Nonaka broke ground in a community garden with Margaret Davis of the McConaughy Terrace Environmental Club, as part of the "FOCUS on New Haven" program this year.