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Cost-saving measures net
$3.5 million in six months
Thanks to the efforts of departments campus-wide, Yale has saved about $3.5 million in new purchases in just the past six months, reports John Pepper, vice president for finance and administration.
Professors honored for
Historian Kagan to give Jefferson Lecture
Margulis wins Wolf Prize in Mathematics
Student enjoys the high life
Emily Appelbaum '08 loves to tower a few heads -- well, make that up to five or six heads -- above the rest of the world.
University to host events
for area schoolchildren
While most Yale students leave for spring recess in March, there will still be many young minds eager to learn on campus as the University plays host to hundreds of New Haven area schoolchildren through a variety of programs.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Polak and Prown are honored with DeVane Medals for teaching
Substances in urine help to identify life-threatening preeclampsia in pregnant women, researchers find
Lawyers, legal scholars debate protection of Chinese media in Beijing workshop
Psychiatrists are lauded for work on schizophrenia
Wilbon discusses goals, cheating and future of sports writing
Paintings 'retell true story of how we are to love each other'
Women's basketball coach steps down, but takes new position in Yale Athletics
Study to explore drug's role in helping smokers quit without weight gai
Nursing student honored at Capitol Hill scholarship event
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Emily Appelbaum -- as her taller persona.
The painting "Meditation Series 1" by Wisnu Sasongko will be among the works on view in a new ISM show.