Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Building Strength in Biomedicine' and 'University Information,' are now available on-line.
New class of World Fellows chosen
President Richard C. Levin has announced the selection of the 2004 Yale World Fellows.
Yale broadens environmental
goals for future
Yale has adopted new environmental goals on recycling and other issues recommended by its Advisory Committee on Environmental Management (ACEM) in its ongoing effort to make the University a leader in environmental responsibility.
New studies shed light on
Epilepsy: Even small seizures can cause
loss of consciousness
Cystic fibrosis: Compound found in spice
tumeric holds promise for treatmen
Schizophrenia: Brain area governing
shearing may prove key to diagnosis of illness
Yale Community Service Day
Students, staff and faculty lent a helping hand to non-profit organizations in the city, tackling a variety of projects, during the inaugural Yale Community Service Day on April 24.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Alumni donate lifesaving gifts to Engineering, Athletics
Tampa Bay Buccaneers draft Bulldog star Nate Lawrie
Groundbreaking ceremony held for police station-community center
New program to bring students from Seoul to Yale
Study will explore whether exercise impacts risk factors for breast cancer
Drama school's 'Uncle Vanya' breaks from naturalist tradition
Graduates of the drama school will gather for Reunion Weekend
Michael Denning to sign copies of his new book at local store
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Yale tight end Nate Lawrie was picked by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the sixth round of the NFL draft.
One of the projects that campus volunteers took part in during Yale Community Service Day on April 24 was handing out books and reading with youngsters in Shaws supermarket as part of New Haven Reads.