School of Medicine researchers have found that a diet high in cholesterol, animal protein and vitamin B12 is linked to risk of a specific type of cancer of the stomach and esophagus that has been increasing rapidly.
Architect and pioneering teacher Charles Moore (1925-1993), who presided over the School of Architecture in the turbulent years between 1965 and 1970, will be the subject of an exhibition and symposium at the school.
When Washington State Governor Gary Locke returned to campus last week for the first time since he graduated from Yale College in 1972, he was delighted to see a "vibrant, thriving student body" that reminded him of the ferment of his own undergraduate years, he said.
"L aw and Technology" is the theme of the Law School's annual Alumni Weekend, which takes place Friday-Sunday, Nov. 2-4.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Legal scholar John Langbein is named Sterling Professor
Historian Cynthia Russett is appointed Larned Professor
Conference honors economist William Brainard
Environmental Science Center opening Oct. 26
Event to celebrate 'Cultures of Native America'
Drama school stages Chekhov's 'compassionate meditation'
Yale Opera students to perform scenes from famous operas
'Practical Logic' series opens with talk on challenge of intersexuality
Talks about Sept. 11 aftermath to focus on questions of gender
Symposium to explore 'material culture' of Colonial New York
Project teaches Head Start parents about computers, cancer
Conservation of biodiversity in China is subject of talk
Stephen Bright to speak at tea
Getting the low-down on downtown
Honoring an 'unsung hero'
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Professor Peter Salovey chats with one of the youngsters using the computer laboratory at LULAC Head Start.
The new Hall of Native American Cultures showcases objects from the Peabody's substantial Native American collections, including this painted ceramic vessel from Santo Domingo, New Mexico.