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Study Group releases report on feasibility of adding two new residential colleges
President Richard C. Levin this week received the report of the study group he appointed a year ago to consider the merits of adding two residential colleges to Yale
College. Levin shared the report with faculty and students along with the
Yale-developed test 99% accurate in detecting early ovarian cancer
Researchers at the Yale School of Medicine have developed a blood test with enough sensitivity and specificity to detect early stage ovarian cancer with 99% accuracy.
SOM broadens international offerings
The Yale School of Management (SOM) will enhance its international offerings
with a new exchange program next fall.
Law student launches fundraising effort for Rwanda's first public library
During his first trip to Rwanda, Yale Law School student Zachary Kaufman met a woman
whose family members — including her children — were killed with
machetes before her eyes.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Hines Fund will promote sustainable architectural design
Grant to expand study of how plant proteins function
Yale scientists develop technique for creating new bone that could radically
change how fractures are treated
Dean Grey cited for ‘landmark’ nursing research
‘Renewing Hope’ to explore alliance of religion and ecology
Expatriate couple’s influence recalled in ‘Making It New’
Conference will explore writer’s life and work before and after Auschwitz
Student-run conference to examine innovative approaches to social change
Young Scholars Conference to feature papers on ‘cutting-edge’ topics
Sterling Library show offers proof that ‘Art Is Where You Find It’
Yale Cabaret benefit explores experience of American veterans returning from
Make that four
Award-winning Yale building design projects are highlighted in traveling exhibition
Workshop to host talk on ‘Flight from Arbitration’
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Among the issues raised by the Study Group was whether — should any new residential colleges be built — freshmen should live with their classmates on Old Campus (shown above) during their first year, or reside with upperclassmen for each of their four years, as is currently the case in Silliman and Timothy Dwight colleges.
A Yale Art Gallery exhibit looks at an expatriate couple who influenced Picasso, F. Scott Fitzgerald and many others.