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Campus preparing for visit
by China's President Hu Jintao
Although the University has not received official confirmation, planning is underway for a visit to campus by President Hu Jintao of China.
Yale's Homebuyer Program extended
President Richard C. Levin has announced that Yale will extend its Homebuyer Program, which has already helped over 730 University employees buy houses in New Haven.
University putting out a welcome
mat for the public on April 8
Communiversity Day celebration
Yale Library Open House Day
Trip to Sierra Leone offers students a lesson in power of the human spirit
During their spring-break trip to Sierra Leone -- ranked the second "least livable" country in the world on the 2005 U.N. Human Development Index -- a group of Yale students observed in the communities there something they hadn't expected to see too much of: hope.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Yale affiliates to team up for community service projects
Study shows conscious and unconscious memory linked in storing new information
Research suggests brain compensates for aging by becoming less 'specialized'
Hartford students learn about DNA during Yale outing
Team discovers minimal nutritional 'recipe' for growing stem cells
New company will use Yale technology in treatment for varicose veins
Naltrexone may help reduce weight gain in smokers trying to quit
Identification of single pain receptor may lead to creation of new therapies
Yale Press announces new Yale Younger Poet with publication of his collection 'Green Squall'
Conference to examine issues facing youths in the juvenile justice system
Lecture explores Cushing's photographic legacy
Yale Books in Brief
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Montrell Seay (center), a graduate student in molecular, cellular and developmental biology, helps Hartford students extract strands of their DNA during a program held at Yale as part of Fifth Graders Go to College, an initiative that encourages youngsters to start planning early for college.
Clare Cameron '07 walks hand-in-hand with a child from the CARE-Makeni Community Health Group garden in this photo taken by fellow student Tiffany Franke. Cameron, Franke and the other Yale students on the trip had the opportunity to observe a series of CARE projects in Sierra Leone.