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Tony Blair to teach Yale course
on faith and globalization
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair will teach a course at Yale during the
2008-2009 academic year as the Howland Distinguished Fellow.
Two alumni appointed as
President Richard C. Levin has announced the appointment of two new successor
trustees to the Yale Corporation, the University’s governing board.
Lalli named next master of
Jonathan Edwards College
Richard Lalli ’86 D.M.A., professor (adjunct) of music, has been named the next master of Jonathan Edwards College
(JE), effective January of 2009, announced President Richard C. Levin.
Summit to focus on ways
to make campus ‘greener’
Actions the University has already taken to become a “greener” campus and work that has yet to be done
will be discussed during the first Yale Sustainability Summit taking place Monday-Friday,
March 31-April 4.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Grant to support study of exercise program for women with cancer
Former Yale VP to share message about mentoring
Smelling food ‘fires’ different area of brain than eating it, says
Exhibition explores ‘mosaic’ of Mexico’s artistic traditions
Yale Rep to stage Oscar Wilde’s play about serial seducers and secrets
in British society
One of Italy’s ‘artistic treasures’ on loan to the Yale University Art Gallery
Differences in self-esteem and motivation explored in study
Conference to explore how epic heroes of old continue to inspire today’s
Role of scholar activists to be examined at annual Bouchet Conference
Alumna athlete returns to oversee fundraising, outreach in Athletics Dept.
Winners of Friends of Music Recital Competition to perform in concert
Memorial service for R. Lansing Hicks
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Detail from an Aztec beaker or vase that was created between 1325 and 1521 A.D. The human skull motif demonstrates the central role of ritual sacrifice and death to Aztec culture and cosmology.
Pictured is the image from the poster for "A Woman of No Importance," opening March 21 at the Yale Rep.