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Levin named to review panel
on intelligence operations
Yale President Richard C. Levin has been appointed by U.S. President George W. Bush to the independent commission charged with conducting a wide-ranging review of U.S. intelligence operations.
Scientist gets $6 million for
study of Parkinson's disease
The National Institutes of Health has awarded a Yale researcher $6 million to transplant neural cells in primates in an attempt to replace dopamine lost in Parkinson's disease.
U.S. poet laureate appointed as Rosenkranz Writer-in-Residence
Louise Glück, poet laureate of the United States and a Pulitzer Prize-winning author, will be the next Rosenkranz Writer-in-Residence in Yale College, Dean Richard H. Brodhead has announced.
Yale Rep stages a 'King Lear'
for the ages
"King Lear" director Harold Scott and lead actor Avery Brooks believe their production at the Yale Repertory Theatre may make theatrical history.
YHHAP: They don't just work for the homeless, but with them
An Army veteran who served as a medic and radio transmission operator in Thailand, Cambodia and Laos in the early 1970s, Ernie Krause has had his share of wounds -- both physical and emotional -- over the years.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Yale Art Gallery acquires floor mosaic from ancient city
Graduate School again increases stipends for doctoral students
President re-establishes Minority Advisory Council
Exhibition features 'Big and Green' architectural designs
Law practitioners to explore 'rebellious' strategies for change
Yale's NCAA self-study is available to community online
Scientists discover low level of enzyme in people with epilepsy
Event explores challenges of children in foster care, immigrants and others in transition
Japanese puppetry to open Yale Rep's Special Event series
Panetti piece celebrating work with quartet to make East Coast premiere
Yale scholars Snyder and Gay honored by American Historical Association
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A noted actor whose roles have ranged from Paul Robeson to Othello to Malcolm X, Avery Brooks (left) will star as King Lear in a production he collaborated on for two years with acclaimed director Harold Scott (right).
Among the works on view in "Big and Green" is this model titled "3-D Garden," created by the company MVRDV for a proposed multi-story apartment building in Hengelo, The Netherlands..