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A committee performing the first comprehensive review of Yale College in 30 years has recommended changes to enhance instruction in writing, quantitative reasoning, science, art and language, and to support study abroad.
Robotic dogs adapted by teen students in the Bronx, New York under the guidance of Yale engineering professor Natalie Jeremijenko, will be released on May 14 at the Cement Plant park on Westchester Ave. in the Bronx.
New Haven youngsters are building their mathematical muscles with the help of Yale students through the America Counts tutoring program.
With the dual goals of fulfilling a principal mission of a great teaching institution and reflecting the highest values of a free and open society, President Richard C. Levin recently initiated a series of faculty-led discussions on the many ramifications of the Iraq war.
Vice President and University Secretary Linda K. Lorimer has issued the following advisory to the Yale community regarding travel to areas experiencing health crises.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Daily News alumni discuss how journalism has changed
Actor Christopher Reeve advocates for stem cell research
Dialogue about war in Iraq continues in campus events
Exhibit traces career of experimental British photographer
Yale to train future medical leaders in re-focused program
Study finds new drug holds promise in ovarian cancer treatment
Three students are awarded Goldwater Scholarships
Truman Scholarships given to two potential leaders
Adviser to Peru's former president to present Downey Lecture
Yale Entrepreneurial Society will co-host 'Innovation Summit'
Book club event will feature a talk by Dr. Ben Carson
Yale hosts fifth Powwow
Discussion by scholars will examine the current state of affairs in China
Conference highlights graduate students' work on American literature and modernism
Brudner Prize winner explores the history of sexuality in talk
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Tiffany Card '04 of Saybrook College poses with one of the mechanical dogs that have been adapted to sniff out contaminants.
Among the works by British photographer Bill Brandt on view in the new exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art is "East End Girl Dancing the Lambeth Walk."