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Staff, students unite to stage benefit concert for tsunami victims
To raise money for the ongoing recovery efforts in the region devastated by the recent tsunami, students and staff of the Yale community are pooling their talents for a gala performance on Wednesday, March 2, at 7 p.m. in Woolsey Hall, corner of College and Grove streets.
New track pays tribute
to Eli Gold Medal winner
Holding his gold medal from the 1972 Olympics, Frank Shorter '69 -- Yale's most famous runner -- ran a lap by himself to celebrate the dedication on Feb. 12 of the new banked track that bears his name in the University's William Clay Ford '48 Track & Field Center at Coxe Memorial Cage.
Three students named All-USA
College Academic Team
Three Yale students have been named to USA Today's All-USA College Academic Team, giving the University the highest representation of any school in this year's competition.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Volunteers lend support to students with special needs
Scientists cited for groundbreaking work on kidney disease
Exhibit, symposium highlight work of architect Eero Saarinen
Law School symposia to offer new views
on timely topics
Researchers find missing genes of ancient organism
'Body Memories' explores breast cancer through art
YaleGlobal Online reaching record number of readers
Neuro-oncology fellowship supports the study of brain tumors
Forlorn forecast: Spring is near, but not yet here
Sletcher, editor at Benjamin Franklin project, to talk about his book on New Haven
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Olympiad alumnus Frank Shorter was joined by current members of the Yale track and field team at the dedication.
SNAPS volunteer Thomas Dolan '05, who is also the organization's president, is pictured here with Drew Alt '05, who turned to SNAPS after injuring his leg while sledding.