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Major gift to fund construction of Loria Center for the History of Art
A generous gift from Jeffrey H. Loria '62 B.A., noted collector and 20th-century art dealer, will fund construction of a new building to house Yale's Department of the History of Art.
Scientists determine ancient Peruvian citadel was earliest solar observatory in the Americas
Archaeologists from Yale and the University of Leicester have identified an ancient solar observatory at Chankillo, Peru, as the oldest in the Americas, with alignments covering the entire solar year, according to an article in the March 2 issue of Science.
For students, spring break will
be a time of discovery, service
Both here in New Haven ....
And around the globe ...
SOM travel goes green
In keeping with Yale's goal of becoming the "greenest" university, a group of students at the School of Management (SOM) have found a way to reduce the global warming impact of the air travel by its faculty and students.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Researchers discover treatment for lethal kidney disease
Professor and trustee awarded India's highest civilian honor
Study implicates gene defect in early heart disease
Marvin Chun and John Hollander are honored by Phi Beta Kappa
Yale will help build DNA databank to further research on autism
Scientists clarify why colliding ice blocks interlace
Negative health effects of soft drink consumption confirmed in study
Exhibit looks at contributions of early women healers
Yale nurses Linda Pellico and Geralyn Spollett are lauded for outstanding dedication to their profession
Past, present and future Elis are named Soros Fellows
Study finds that yearning -- not disbelief -- is defining feature of grief
Record number of city students taking part in annual science fair on campus
Conference to explore new collaborations with Turkey
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The Jeffrey Loria Center for the History of Art -- as shown in this architect's rendering by Charles Gwathmey -- will be adjacent to the Paul Rudolph Art & Architecture building (left).
By standing at the western solar observatory, the Inca could track the yearly movements of the sun -- shown here rising between Tower 1 and Cerro Mucho Malo at the June solstice in 2003.