The School of Medicine has established the Creed/Patton/Steele Scholarship Fund, which recognizes the importance of diversity in graduate and professional education, and honors the achievements of Dr. Courtlandt Van Rensselaer Creed, its first African-American graduate.
The late alumnus Paul Mellon '29 enjoyed collecting British artworks so much that he eventually amassed more than enough to found and fill the museum now known as the Yale Center for British Art.
Columnist condemns 'infotainment' trend
Producer calls for more ethics in filmmaking
On a recent Saturday afternoon, while many of his classmates were unwinding with friends or exercising at the gym, Yale freshman Dan Wei sat at a long table in the Morse College seminar room painstakingly copying, over and over, the numeral "1."
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"John Gubbins Newton and His Sister Mary" by 19th-century artist Robert Burnard, is among the works that Paul Mellon bequeathed to Yale.
Alice Chen works with Diana Delatorre of the Yale-China Association, which is hosting an exhibition of art created by the class