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New Y-Loans will help finance graduate, professional study
A new student loan program with low rates and other attractive features is being introduced to all Yale graduate and professional students beginning in the fall of 2005, President Richard C. Levin has announced.
Architect chosen for Yale's
new 'green' building
A British architect has been selected to design a new environmentally sustainable home for the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES).
Poet Wright wins Bollingen Prize
for life's work
Jay Wright is the 2005 winner of Yale's Bollingen Prize in American Poetry, becoming the first African-American to receive the prestigious award.
Student's photographs of his native Bulgaria featured in exhibit
As a young boy growing up in the Balkan Mountain village of Svoge in Bulgaria, Andrey Antov would rush outdoors after school to enjoy the natural wonders of his country's diverse landscape: collecting rocks and minerals in the rugged mountain areas and near glacial lakes, searching for orchids in the dense woodlands, catching butterflies in meadows strewn with wildflowers, or fishing with his younger brother for trout in the blue waters of the Iskar River.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Group helps unify tsunami relief efforts
AIDS and other health issues in South Asia will be the focus of international conference
In Memoriam: D. Allan Bromley, nuclear physicist and presidential adviser
Child Study Center wins grant for early care program in Arkansas
Award-winning sports commentator to be next Poynter Fellow
O'Malley is honored for her work on addiction recovery
Study finds no risk of stillbirth following caesarean deliveries
New scholarship will support SOM students from China
Pam Stuper appointed head field hockey coach
Article based on popular course provides guidance on writing grant proposals
Event will explore work ethic and legacy of noted neurosurgeon
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Students at Yale's graduate and professional schools -- such as these two studying in the Divinity Library -- will soon be able to finance their education through the new Y-Loan program.
While he is pursuing a doctorate in biology and biomedical sciences at Yale, Andrey Antov finds an artistic outlet in photography.