Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
Yale divests from holdings in Sudan in response to genocide in Darfur
President Richard C. Levin announced that Yale will bar investments of its endowment assets in obligations of the Sudanese government as well as in seven oil companies currently operating in Sudan as a response to the genocide being committed with support from the government of Sudan in the Darfur region.
New degree program promotes 'green' architecture
A new advanced degree program that puts a "green" spin on architectural design will be offered at Yale next fall.
Changing the world -- one spring break at a time
Bucking the traditional spring fling at the beach, Yale students will be fanning out all over the globe this spring vacation -- some to learn, some to do community service and some to do a combination of both.
University Library launching
'Iraq ReCollection' project
Yale University Library, a major repository of Arabic-language and Islamic literature and a leader in the process of digitizing its vast collections, has received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to preserve endangered Iraqi academic journals and make them accessible to scholars worldwide.
Yale and the 2006 Winter Grames
Yale boasts bronze-winning Olympian
Professor finds flaw in skating scoring system
O T H E RS T O R I E S
United Way honors Yale for goal-topping campaign
Elimelech elected to NAE in honor of work on water-quality control
Endowment will usher in 'new era' for Yale women's ice hockey
Partnership to increase India's environmental resources
Ozone causes premature death even at low levels, study finds
Columnist decries lack of response to genocide in Darfur
Donated books a 'reminder' of once-blacklisted Yale neuroscientist
Slifka Center hosting Jewish Alumni Weekend
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Yale sophomore Helen Resor is bringing home a medal from the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy, as a member of the bronze-winning U.S. women's ice hockey team.
More than 100 million people in the United States live in areas that exceed national ozone standards.