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Yale will build new child care center
as part of family-oriented initiatives
The University has announced new initiatives designed to help members of the Yale community with the care of their children while they are at work or in school, including plans to build a new child care center on or near campus and back-up care.
Professor, alumni receive National Humanities Medals
One Yale professor and three alumni are among 11 Americans who were awarded 2005 National Humanities Medals by President George W. Bush in a White House ceremony on Nov. 10.
Study links strokes and
common sleep disorder
Sleep apnea, a condition where people stop breathing repeatedly while asleep, increases the risk of stroke and death, according to a study from the School of Medicine published Nov. 10 in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Women's soccer team wins Ivy crown, makes NCAA 'Sweet 16'
The Yale women's soccer team became Ivy League champions with its 3-0 victory over Brown on Nov. 5, and has since advanced to the third round of the NCAA College Cup after beating Duke 2-1 on Nov. 13 with just one second remaining on the clock.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Dr. David Fiellin receives support for research on treatment of substance abuse
Yale scientists discover way to predict microstructure of crystals
Study finds that regular practice of meditation results in structural changes in right hemisphere of the brain
Grant to fund study of tics and Tourette syndrome
Yale veterans' sacrifices in service to their country honored
Study to explore effects of cholesterol drug on heart patients
Ceremony celebrates recent Davenport College renovations
Woolsey Hall Live
Yale awards fellowships to junior faculty
Production will take a new look at Shakespeare's most famous play
Newly created conference honors former dean of School of Nursing
Six members of engineering faculty win prestigious awards
Students will vie in simulated court cases during Invitational Mock Trial Tournament
Doctoral students, alumna win Gilder Lehrman Fellowships
Five former Yale athletes are lauded for their leadership
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John Lewis Gaddis (center) at the White House ceremony with First Lady Laura Bush and President George W. Bush.
True-Blue players and fans rush onto the field at Yale's Soccer-Lacrosse Stadium on Nov. 13 to celebrate the Bulldogs' victory over Duke.