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Fossil from giant sea scorpion found
The gigantic fossil claw of a 390 million-year-old sea scorpion recently found
in Germany shows that ancient arthropods — spiders, insects, crabs and
the like — were surprisingly larger than their modern-day counterparts.
Paleontologist named next
Derek E.G. Briggs, the Frederick William Beinecke Professor of Geology and Geophysics,
has been named as the next director of Yale’s Peabody Museum of Natural
History, President Richard C. Levin announced.
Yale senior and Law School student
win Rhodes Scholarships
A Yale senior who is a champion debater and a first-year Yale Law School
student with a passion for football are among the 32 new Rhodes Scholars from
the United States.
Renovation of Yale Bowl
celebrated at The Game
More than 600 alumni, parents and friends gathered in Coxe Cage on the morning
of Nov. 17 to celebrate a landmark for Yale football and the Campaign for Yale
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Going the Distance: Scientist takes students to the Amazon and back
Kissinger to take part in symposium on ‘The Road from Algiers to Baghdad’
Venezuela’s future under Hugo Chávez will be explored in public forum
Museum celebrates 200th anniversary of the fall of the ‘Weston’ meteorite
An old classic is seen through a modern lens at Yale Rep
Babies’ preference for altruists suggests social evaluation is unlearned
Monsanto expands support for center’s plant research
Symposium will examine the architecture of Yale’s 22 libraries
Special events to highlight holiday season in New Haven
Gallery of gifts
Back to ‘The City’
Memorial service for Dr. Melvin Lewis
Yale Books in Brief
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Yale students earned their "scientific chops" — and had fun as well — bioprospecting in the Amazon rainforest.
Among those onstage for the Yale Rep's production of Molière's "Tartuffe" will be a videographer.