Democratic principles and practices -- subjects that have gripped the nation since the recent U.S. presidential election -- will be explored in the annual William Clyde DeVane Lectures being presented next semester as one of the highlights of the University's 300th birthday celebration.
Three Yale College seniors have been chosen as Rhodes Scholars, the most recipients of the prestigious international study award from any American college or university in 2000.
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The three Yale seniors who have been chosen as Rhodes Scholars are (from left) Joshua A. Chafetz, Luke A. Bronin and Brian Mullin.
Marti Morgan (left) helps Erin Cofrancesco steady herself on the parallel bars, while Jacob Packtor awaits his turn, during a children's gymnastics class at Payne Whitney Gym.