The 649 women and 649 men who make up the Yale College Class of 2005 arrive on campus on Friday, Aug. 31.
Over 60% of the non-Canadian foreign students admitted to the Class of 2005 received financial aid from Yale, thanks to a new policy that extended the University's "need-blind" admissions policy to applicants from abroad.
The life and work of pioneering anti-slavery reformer and civic leader James Hillhouse (1754-1832) will be commemorated Thursday-Saturday, Sept. 13-15, as part of Yale's Tercentennial celebration.
The University has paid tribute to two of its noted professors by naming them this year's William Clyde DeVane Professors.
Researchers at Yale studying a rare inherited form of hypertension have discovered mutations in two different genes that can cause this disease, clearing the way for new medications to treat both the rare and common forms of high blood pressure.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Hockfield is appointed Gilbert Professor
Brewer returns to Yale as Weyerhaeuser Professor
African American studies celebrates 30th year
Symposium will explore 'Challenges to Internationalizing Yale'
INFOCUS: Yale Architecture
While You Were Away: The Summer's Top Stories Revisited
Art Gallery exhibit combines the visual and literary
Ethnic cleansing in Europe and America is focus of Lamar Center's weekend symposium
'Symmetry and Asymmetry' is topic of Tetelman Lecture
Fair to highlight resources for those with disabilities
School of Music celebrates new year with concert, convocation
New Yale Library website unveiled
C. Norman Gillis, noted vascular disease specialist, dies
The Great Outdoors
Pictures and poems sought for contests at Morse College
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James Hillhouse, a war hero, U.S. Senator, Yale graduate and treasurer, and the man who gave the Elm City its name, will be commemorated Sept. 13-15.
Kasimir Malevich's modernist painting "The Knifegrinder" is on view in "A Gallery of Poems," at the Yale University Art Gallery.