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Grant to support research
on role of viruses in cancer
The National Cancer Institute recently awarded a five-year, $7.5 million program project grant to investigators at the School of Medicine to continue studies on the role of viruses and mutant cellular proteins in tumorigenic transformation of cells.
Series honors graduation of Yale's
first Chinese student 150 years ago
A series of events this year will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the graduation of Yung Wing, who became the first Chinese person to receive a degree from an American university -- and perhaps any Western institution -- when he earned his bachelor's degree from Yale in 1854.
Program marks 35th anniversary
of Afro-American Cultural Center
The Afro-American Cultural Center is marking its 35th anniversary with a program titled "At the Center! Celebration, Reflection and Action: Black Advancement at Yale and Beyond," Friday-Sunday, Oct. 1-3.
Study: Recreational gambling
can be good for seniors' health
Unlike younger recreational gamblers who show high rates of alcohol use and abuse, depression, bankruptcy and incarceration, there appears to be an association between recreational gambling and good health among elderly persons, according to a Yale study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry.
Yale launches $1 million
United Way drive
To reach its unprecedented goal for this year's United Way campaign, Yale is involving every part of the University community and featuring new ways to raise awareness and participation among faculty, staff and students.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Symposium to explore past and future of suburbanization
Event honors late historian of American South
New bioscience company at Science Park offering digital diagnostic technology developed at Yale
Exhibit showcases work of long-ignored landscape artist
Mayhew lauded for his studies of party politics
Congress' only Holocaust survivor to discuss U.S. foreign policy challenges in Walker Lecture
Noted playwright to speak about his life, Jewish religion
Prize-winning poet Adrienne Rich will read from her work
Older marathon runners are making greater strides in the sport than younger athletes
Cultivating a culture of trust was topic of inaugural conference
Dwight Hall interns devote the summer to causes in New Haven
Reimbursements now available through direct deposit
Study shows benefits of treating hypertension in older people
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This issue features a special supplement looking at 'Yale's International Summer.'
A.W. Hunt's 1871 watercolor "Sunset off the Morea" is among the works by the artist that are on display in the exhibit "The Poetry of Truth" at the Yale Center for British Art.