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Report decries illegal logging
A team of scientists led by a Yale professor is calling for the immediate transnational management of an Indonesian rainforest to halt illegal logging that is destroying protected lowlands.
Yale and unions launch 'historic'
Yale administrators and union leaders have announced the launch of a new partnership between the University's managers and its work force.
Journalist describes adventures at 'tip of the spear' of the Iraq invasion
Helene Cooper, assistant Washington bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal, said she was "a bad luck charm" for her unit when she traveled with the U.S. Army's Third Infantry Division as an embedded reporter in the early days of the war in Iraq.
Yale climbers find serenity in high places
On days when he feels the need for some "simplicity" in his life, Yale senior Vishal Gupta often heads to a basement room in Silliman College, where --after entering through a Hobbit-sized doorway -- he can begin to unwind.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Yale College term bill to rise by 5% next year
Researchers report promising results in study of experimental drug used to treat ovarian cancer
Study of muscles yields clues about genetic causes of diabetes
Works pay tribute to 'lost culture' of Native Americans
Wasserman to women science students: 'Become a consumer of jobs'
Biostatistician elected fellow of statistical association
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Yale Climbing Club members Alistair Anagnostou and Danni Catambay indulge in a bit of "bouldering" in the Silliman Climbing Gym.
"Navajo Christ Breaking Bread" is one of the works on view in a new exhibition at the Institute of Sacred Music titled "Native American Grace."