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Yale College applications at record high
Yale College received a record high number of applicants to the Class of 2008, and admitted a record low percentage of those applicants, says Richard H. Shaw Jr., dean of undergraduate admissions and financial aid.
Event celebrates campus-city
The local and the global will mingle on Saturday, April 17, when Communiversity Day and the International Cultural Festival join forces to celebrate the ties between and diversity of the Yale and New Haven communities.
Former V.P. to discuss
'The Climate Emergency'
Former Vice President Al Gore will discuss "The Climate Emergency" on Tuesday, April 13, at 4 p.m. in Battell Chapel.
Fair, forum explore 'diverse paths
"Open Doors: The Diverse Paths of Disabilities" is the theme of a Yale forum and information fair being held Tuesday and Wednesday, April 13 and 14.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Institute of Sacred Music will sing praises to its 30th anniversary at Yale
YCIAS program to focus on issues of order, conflict
Globalization is topic of Chubb Lecture by author and statesman Carlos Fuentes
Court ruling on integration is being undermined, says Clinton
Religion must be kept out of public policy, Albright urges
From Mona Lisa to Marilyn, curator traces the art of smiling
Neurologist who wrote 'Awakenings' to deliver Tanner Lectures
Symposium will explore medical imagery through the ages
Journalist to discuss issue of civil liberties since 9/11
Renowned violinist and music professor Erick Friedman dies
Ongoing 'rewiring' in appetite center may be linked to obesity, says study
Researchers identify system that detects certain viruses
New center to foster integrated research on multiple sclerosis
Five undergraduates win competitive national scholarships
Conference and performance celebrate development of French opera
The Dramat ends season with comic tale about life in rural Ireland
Human rights experts to examine women's rights under Islamic law
Yale historian honored for book on America's welfare state
Research suggests STAT3 proteins play key role in regulating weight, fertility
Study: Drug used to thwart alcoholism also effective for treating cocaine dependency
Yale program on children and violence designates training center
Summit to explore future of student service in developing countries
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This image is from the poster for Communiversity Day, which this year is being presented in conjunction with the International Cultural Festival.
As part of its anniversary celebration, the Institute of Sacred Music will present two 12th-century medieval plays on April 16 in Sterling Divinity Quadrangle.