A special look at the final Tercentennial Weekend activities that officially marked the end of Yale's 300th birthday celebration.
Retaliation alone will not be effective in preventing future terrorist attacks on the United States, and unless Americans understand how and why the tragic assaults on the nation's citizens took place, "we are bound to repeat them," former Colorado senator Gary Hart warned in a campus visit on Oct. 2.
Economist Janet Yellen discussed the complementary roles that math and intuition play in setting monetary policy for the United States when she delivered the final Tercentennial talk in the Graduate School's "In the Company of Scholars" lecture series.
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NIH grant supports new center for biomedical computing
Brain expert to explain 'How Matter Becomes Imagination'
Governor of Washington to be Chubb Fellow
President of The New York Times to address Sept. 11
'From Biology to Ethics' is theme of Terry Lectures
'Do what's good for society at large,' urges alumnus neurosurgeon
Renowned child psychiatrist Dr. Donald J. Cohen dies
Higher education, African development are talks' focus
Challenges of ensuring quality care to be explored in forum on reproductive health
A home of their own
Yale Parents' Weekend
Famed Westminster Cathedral Choir to make an appearance in Woolsey Hall
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An estimated 30,000 people came to the Yale Bowl for the Tercentennial Show, which ended with fireworks.
The Yale United Way 2001 Campaign was officially launched on Oct. 3 in Luce Hall with a talk by alumnus Dr. Benjamin Carson.