Scientists find debris from ancient galaxies in Milky Way
Team identifies 168 young stars in nearby Orion complex
As pleased as Edmund S. Morgan was to receive the 2000 National Humanities Medal, the Sterling Professor Emeritus of History says he is still somewhat dazzled by it.
Musicians, artists, architects, scholars, religious leaders, and church and synagogue congregants will explore the use of the Psalms in both Jewish and Christian traditions during a special Tercentennial event to be held Friday-Tuesday, Jan. 19-23.
Continued use of anti-depressants leads to new cell growth in an area of the brain known to suffer cell death and atrophy as a result of depression and stress, a study by Yale researchers shows.
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Recently honored expert shares views on health care policy
New deans are appointed at two colleges
Exhibit explores how the past serves as inspiration for contemporary Asian artists
Post-war corporate landmarks are focus of events
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Noted visiting faculty members to present talks
Drama School students to stage political satire that was once suppressed in Russia
Yale Opera presents epic of love, intrigue
Mexican cabaret artist brings 'rowdy' show to Yale Rep
Concert to feature 'America's greatest living composer'
Blue-White World: A Photo Essay
CMI offers grants for interactive media projects that bolster learning
Bulldogs to meet Fighting Irish at Coliseum
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This lion statue outside Lanman-Wright Hall tries to peek out from beneath a cap of snow, while an unidentified snowman looks on.
Rolando Sanz plays Nero and Rachel Watkins sings the part of Poppea in Monteverdi's 1643 masterpiece, "The Coronation of Poppea," to be staged by Yale Opera on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 26 and 27.