Yale's global health program inspires doctors to continue serving the needy
Doctors who train for a time in underdeveloped areas are more likely, as they pursue their careers, to care for underserved patients, a Yale study shows.
Show marks retirement of noted curator
Richard S. Field has organized or supervised more than 60 exhibitions during his years as curator of prints, drawings and photographs at the Yale University Art Gallery.
Sterling Library show celebrates 'Blacks in the Arts'
The contribution of African-Americans to dance, music, literature, art, architecture, theater and film are celebrated in an exhibit now on display at the Sterling Memorial Library, 120 High St.
'Dino-snore!' will bring public to Peabody for the ultimate sleepover
If you've ever wanted to sing a lullaby to a brontosaurus, here's your chance.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Clinic aims to bring relief to compulsive gamblers
Yale 'bakers' show off their talents at benefit event
Yale-donated microscope inspires 'next generation of scientists'
University lends support to help New Haven become a 'city of readers'
Attorney for Abner Louima to speak at 'Rebellious Lawyering' event
Study finds similarities in U.S. and Nazi eugenics efforts
Retrospective exhibit showcases the work of the once 'most talked about artist' in Britain
Black History Month celebration
Pioneering alumna to discuss use of math in real world
Research on extremophiles may lead to better antibiotics
Symposium explores artists' special bond
Gifts make Peabody's collections more accessible
Standing, Special and Appointments Committees
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Former European Commission official to present talks
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|Junior Lily Glick helped Yale win its game against Cornell on Feb. 11 and scored 16 points to help carry Yale to victory in a game against Columbia on Feb. 12.|
Jasper Johns' oil painting "The Small Figure 3" will be one of the artworks featured in "Marchel Duchamp/Jasper Johns: A Symposium," to be held on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 25 and 26.