Older people who drink low to moderate amounts of alcohol show a lower risk of heart failure, compared to older people who drink no alcohol, according to a study by researchers at Yale and Emory universities.
The Yale Entrepreneurial Society (YES) awarded $50,000 in cash and $50,000 in services to the winners of its second annual business plan competition.
Yale alumni and students enjoyed more than 50 programs led by distinguished faculty and alumni during the University's Alumni Leadership Convocation, which explored 300 years of creativity and discovery both at Yale and by its graduates.
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Scientists create squeezed state of atoms for the first time
Museum's gifts aid children in scientific discovery
Symposium marks Graphic Design Program's 50th year
Juniors win awards for their scholarship, contributions
Two Eli football stars are tapped in the NFL draft
Drama school ends its season with Wilder's 'Our Town,' a play about 'the art of living'
Pictures from a Convocation: A Photo Essay
Three engineering alumni honored with YSEA awards
Theologian to discuss 'God, the Open and the Void' in Litowitz Lecture
Dorothee Metlitzki dies; scholar played role in Israel's founding
Anita Golden Pepper, advocate for health care rights, dies
Yale affiliates honored for their community service
Lecture to look at 'Feminism & Love for the Church'
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Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush reminisced about his years in office during an informal discussion at the Alumni Leadership Convocation.
Ombudsperson Merle Waxman is featured in a book on how successful women reached their goals.
Yale football stars Than Merrill (above) and Eric Johnson were drafted by NFL teams.