Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Building Strength in Biomedicine' and 'Summertime at Yale,' are now available on-line.
F. Herbert Bormann, the Oastler Professor Emeritus of Forest Ecology, will receive the international environmental Blue Planet Prize from the Japanese Asahi Glass Foundation on Oct. 22 in Tokyo.
President Richard C. Levin has named Dr. Dennis D. Spencer, the Harvey and Kate Cushing Professor of Neurosurgery and chair of neurosurgery, as acting dean of the School of Medicine.
High school students sample university life
City youths learn the fine art of playwriting
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Changes in cloud elevation may affect Northeastern forests, study suggests
Students' winning house design parts with tradition
Summer music flourished under pianist's direction
MEDICAL SCHOOL NEWS
Yale artist's painting wins award from National Academy of Art
Two faculty members elected into renowned society
Yale Glee Club has named its newest director
Law professor Burke Marshall dies; played leading role in enactment of Civil Rights Act
Thomas Greene, renowned literary scholar, dies at age 77
Leonard Kaplow dies; renowned pathologist
Symposium honors Shulman's work with NMR
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First-year students from the School of Architecture are busily building a home that they designed in the city's West River neighborhood.
Yale drama students Tijuana Ricks and Jami O'Brien rehearse a scene from one of the plays written by city youths participating in the Dwight/Edgewood Project.