Physician advises Pope on cancer research
Chaplain joins call for world peace at U.N.
Sometimes challenges come in pairs -- or at least they did for Dr. Keith Ruskin when he saved the lives of twin infants during a flight home from Amsterdam.
Books with a wide appeal -- from "Almost Everyone's Guide to Science" to "Shakespeare's Sonnets" -- will be published this fall by Yale University Press under its new paperback imprint, Yale Nota Bene (YNB).
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NIDA leader unveils 'toolbox' for fighting drug addiction
Law School's new Lindsay Fellowship honors former NYC mayor's public service
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE NEWS
Panel to look at Elm City entrepreneurship
'Boot camp' will help boost new companies
Biologist Frank Ruddle is lauded for his many contributions to science and business in state
Program breaks through tangled web of spider phobia
Common antibiotic has harmful effects on some people
Discrimination is still an obstacle for disabled, study shows
'The Body Politic' traces evolution of satiric images
Exhibit takes close look at 'Miniature Arts of Asia'
Privacy in cyberspace is topic of author's talk
Development Office announces staff promotions, new addition
JE exhibit showcases work of American 'realist' painters
Slifka Center exhibit features paintings of Jewish ceremonies
Peabody Museum to host open house highlighting volunteer opportunities
A Day at the Bowl
Three new curators bring connoisseurs' 'passion' to Yale Art Gallery staff
Harshav receives Jerusalem Prize for Poetry, publishes several books this summer
Books Sandwiched In series features all-Yale line-up this fall
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As part of a Yale psychology program to curb people's fear of spiders, graduate student Bethany Teachman (left) shows Victoria Brescoll, a participant in the program, how harmless the critters can be.
With its 42-6 victory over the University of Dayton on Sept. 16, Yale became the first college football team to win 800 games. At the season opener, senior tailback Rashad Bartholomew (pictured here) rushed for a career-high 201 yards and three touchdowns. Thousands of Yale employees turned out to witness the win, Yale's 10th in a row. See photos.