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Yale and Peking University students
in new exchange program
Yale and China's flagship university, Peking University, are launching a distinctive joint undergraduate program where Yale College students and honor students at Peking University will study and live together on the campus in Beijing.
Seven seniors Britain-bound as winners of Rhodes and Marshall Scholarships
This year Yale seniors won three Rhodes and five Marshall Scholarships, two of the most coveted academic awards for study in Britain.
Students spent Thanksgiving
break helping Katrina victims
Fourteen Yale undergraduates celebrated a non-traditional Thanksgiving together by spending their vacation week helping with hurricane-relief efforts in the badly damaged Gulf Coast region of southeastern Mississippi.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
New center will foster cutting-edge neuroscience research
Grant supports study of how the aged recover
Former British prime minister and Mexican president to discuss global terrorism
Come Harvest Time at Yale's organic garden
Study finds ADHD drug reduces hyperactivity in children with PDD
Study illuminates the role of specific cells in antibody response
Clinical study tests drug combination for ovarian cancer
Symposium on nuclear physics honors the memory of renowned scientist D. Allan Bromley
Conference honors faculty members for service to the University
Emilie Townes elected vice president of AAR
Not-So-Hidden Treasures for gift-seekers at Yale's museum shops
Holiday gifts at 'Alternative Market' help people in need
University expands its nighttime 'minibus' services
Gallery's new artist-in-residence aims to connect viewers with nature
Event to feature companies whose products are based on Yale research
David Brion Davis Lecture Series examines legacy of abolitionism
First BioHaven Entrepreneurship Seminar to take place Dec. 13
Memorial service for Boris I. Bittker
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Kathryn Dowling '08 paints the exterior of a home in Katrina-ravaged Mississippi, where 14 Yale students spent their Thanksgiving break working to undo damage that the hurricane wrought.
Friends of the Yale Sustainable Food Project helped put the organic farm on Edwards Street to bed for the winter on Nov. 18.