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The architectural firm Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates has donated its Eero Saarinen papers to the Manuscripts and Archives division of the Yale Library.
Yale has received a four-year, $2.1 million grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) to support science education programs that enhance opportunities for undergraduates who study science at Yale and to fund science outreach programs for New Haven public schools.
Yale law student Adam Haslett meant the title of his recent short story collection, "You Are Not a Stranger Here," to be inviting to potential readers, but he never anticipated that the book -- his first -- would arouse international interest.
Yale took on a Hollywood atmosphere on Nov. 1 when scenes from Julia Robert's next feature film, "Mona Lisa Smile," were shot on campus.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Yale partners to create a statewide bioterrorism plan
Junior faculty members awarded research fellowships
Actor and activist is honored as a Chubb Fellow
Noted architecture critic to give Poynter Lecture
Yale study shows that a commonly used heart medication may actually increase a woman's chances of dying
American Physical Society honors Pierre Hohenberg
SCHOOL OF NURSING NEWS
'Taste and Beauty' showcases art collector's sculptures
Proceeds from students' auction will help fight hunger and homelessness in New Haven
Yale will host annual intercollegiate mock trial competition
Alexander Garvin to speak about the future of the
World Trade Center site
Workshop will offer information on funding to small-business owners
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Eero Saarinen looks over a model of the campus as he reviews his design for Ezra Stiles and Morse Colleges, which were built between 1960 and 1962.
Sterling Memorial Library was the site of a recent shoot for a feature-length film starring Julia Roberts.