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Now anyone can ‘audit’ popular
Yale courses via Internet
Some of the University’s most popular undergraduate courses are now
freely available to anyone in the world with access to the Internet through
a project called “Open Yale Courses,” which was launched Dec. 11.
Two seniors receive prestigious
Two Yale seniors — one who has already distinguished herself as a researcher
in the evolution of bird vision and another devoted to a study of the Bolivian
labor movement — are among the 37 students nationwide to be awarded Marshall
Scholarships for 2008.
Yalies win international debate competition in Chinese language
A team of Yale students proved to be masters of the craft of oratory — in
the Chinese language — when it won first place recently in the 8th International
Varsity Debate, held in Beijing, China.
True-Blue Tales of Holiday Giving
Custodian brings brand-new bikes
to needy youths
Athletes hope to light the smiles
of city youngsters
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Rededication ceremony held for Silliman College
Reconstruction of Bass Library celebrated
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NEWS
Two Divinity School professors earn special honors
Graduate students boost social skills in networking workshop
Research reveals that children tend to ‘over-imitate’ actions of adults
Yale bioengineers have developed a more effective method of drug delivery to
Postdoctoral fellow wins fellowships for cancer cell research
Exhibit of original menorahs celebrates the Festival of Light
Alumna intern discovers firsthand the positive impact of United Way
A ‘thank you’ from United Way
Social anthropologist will examine ‘Why Creationism Isn’t Science’
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Some of the University's most popular undergraduate courses are now freely available to anyone in the world with access to the Internet through a project called "Open Yale Courses," which was launched Dec. 11.
Music school custodian Dan Perrotto's mother encouraged him to "give something away every day." In recent years, he has given away nearly 1,600 bikes.