Employees invited to attend
home football games for free
The Bulldogs are cooking up some sizzling gridiron action this fall, and Yale employees are invited to enjoy the football feast free of charge all season long.
Broadway-bound stores include
café and national chain
In a big boost to downtown redevelopment efforts, Mayor John DeStefano Jr. and Yale Vice President Bruce Alexander announced on Aug. 28 that three businesses, including a national urban clothing store, plan to open their doors on Broadway.
President and Dean urge freshmen
to expand horizons
The text of the Freshman Addresses delivered on Aug. 28 in Woolsey Hall.
The Spirit of Adventure by President Richard C. Levin
Hazards of Success by Yale College Dean Richard H. Brodhead
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Study reveals target of attacks by diabetes-causing cells
New medical students given their 'cloaks of compassion'
Nursing students will take bike trek to raise money for AIDS care
In the News . . .
Architecture School invites 'leading talents' to teach
Chester Kerr, editor emeritus of the Yale University Press, dies
Guide reveals widespead interest in bioethics on campus
Yale employees invited to 'Do Downtown!'
'Titanic' discoverer to discuss undersea explorations
Reaccreditation team to visit this fall
Open house marks completion of student-built home
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|Quarterback Joe Walland '00 broke eight school records last season, despite playing with an injured ankle for three games.|
Yale Vice President Bruce Alexander (left) stands with Phil Cutler and New Haven Alderwoman Grace Gibbs outside the new location of the record store that has long made its home in the Broadway area.