New fund will bring noted authors
to Yale to nurture students' creativity
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schlesinger of Pound Ridge, New York, have established the John-Christophe Schlesinger Visiting Writer Endowment Fund, which will enrich the experience of student writers in Yale College by supporting annual visits to campus by distinguished or emerging authors.
Celebration marks reopening
of remodeled gallery
It's not unusual to hear visitors to the Yale University Art Gallery exclaim in marvel as they examine early Italian paintings depicting the Madonna or famous works by Monet.
Exhibit reveals the many faces
of Abe Lincoln
His bearded silhouette is familiar to every U.S. schoolchild and to anyone who has ever counted their pennies.
Yale Rep opens season with tale of
humorous antics of hypochondriac
Laughter, goes the old saying, is the best medicine, and dramatic merriment is what the Yale Repertory Theatre is prescribing for its audiences in the coming weeks as it presents the antics of a neurotic and self-obsessed hypochondriac in Molière's "The Imaginary Invalid," the Rep's first production of the season.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Deborah Thomas is named to new posts in Woodbridge Hall
Bjong 'Wolf' Yeigh is appointed as assistant provost
Memorial service will be held for Joseph Coleman
'Europe Beyond 2000' marks inauguration of new YCIAS council
Conference at the School of Forestry to assess health of the Quinnipiac River
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Tailgate celebrates Cozza's new book
Special offers make the Yale Rep 'affordable and accessible to all'
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|Claude Monet's "The Artist's Garden at Giverny" is part of the "millennium of art" that now adorns the newly renovated second and third floors of the Yale Art Gallery.|
This portrait of Lincoln, taken by Anthony Berger at Mathew Brady's gallery, was one of two poses that inspired the familiar image on the one-cent piece.