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Program celebrates town-gown
"Growing and Learning Together" will be the theme of the combined Communiversity Day celebration and International Cultural Festival, to be held 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday, April 21, on Yale's Old Campus.
Charlie Rose of PBS to present
Charlie Rose, an Emmy award-winning journalist and executive editor and anchor of the nightly one-hour roundtable interview program on PBS that bears his name, will visit the campus on Wednesday, April 18, as a guest of the Poynter Fellowship in Journalism at Yale.
Study: Early estrogen therapy
may reduce cardiovascular risks
A new analysis of both estrogen and estrogen plus progestin data from the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) hormone trials in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows a 24% reduction in risk for coronary heart disease events in women who start hormone therapy less than 10 years after menopause.
In Focus: Women Faculty Forum
In just six years since its founding, the Women Faculty Forum (WFF) at Yale has grown into a thriving University-wide organization with over 800 members and a long and wide-ranging list of programs.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Exhibit celebrates centennial of Yale benefactor Paul Mellon
Three congregations to demonstrate ancient tradition of line-singing
Geologist Jun Korenaga is honored for his research on the Earth's mantle
Alumnus describes how life's challenges have also been a 'gift'
Vivian Perlis honored as chronicler of American music
Three award-winning alumni writers will read from their works
Yale Opera to stage classic operetta in a new style
Homage to director Rossellini will highlight program on Italian cinema
'Biodiversity and global change' are focus of Peabody event
Traditional calligraphy by Chinese student featured in benefit exhibition
Kristin Savard wins this year's Hockey Humanitarian Award
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Charlie Rose, an Emmy award-winning journalist and executive editor and anchor of the nightly one-hour roundtable interview program on PBS that bears his name, will visit the campus on Wednesday, April 18.
Pictured is a scene from the first international conference on line-singing, which was held at Yale two years ago. This year's conference will bring members of the Hutchee Chuppa Indian Baptist Church in Oklahoma to Battell Chapel, where they will present the call-and-response service in Creek.