Psychologist Keil to head Morse College community
Psychiatrist Schottenfeld to serve at Davenport College
Public health is more than the water we drink and the quality of the food that we eat. It is also about wearing seatbelts and not smoking, about practicing safe sex and and exercising regularly, notes Dr. Michael Merson, chair of the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health (EPH) at the School of Medicine.
'Yale, America and the World'
'300 Years of Creativity and Discovery'
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Special postcard salutes Yale in its tercentennial year
Noted alumni to advise School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
Yale Opera stages musical retelling of Goethe's 'Faust'
Human rights during the Bush administration is topic of symposium
Study suggests ways to motivate women to get mammograms
Two-day conference to explore ways to foster peaceful relations between India and Pakistan
MEDICAL SCHOOL NEWS
An evening of jazz celebrates the spirit of collaboration
Reunion beckons oldest police retiree
Head games: A Photo Essay
Upcoming events will feature the plays of Pulitzer Prize-winning Yale dramatist Donald Margulies
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Christian Van Horn (top) portrays Mephistopheles and Kevin Hill and Laura Danehower Whyte star in the roles of Faust and Marguerite, respectively, in the Yale Opera program's production of Gounod's "Faust."
Artist Richard Gans creates three-dimensional animated faces that appear real.