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Emissions cuts could actually aid economy, predicts a new Yale website
A national policy to cut carbon emissions by as much as 40% over the next 20 years could result in increased economic growth, according to an interactive website that reviews 25 of the leading models used to predict the economic impacts of reducing emissions.
Trudeau to be honored for raising awareness of veterans’ issues
Cartoonist Garry Trudeau will receive the annual Mental Health Research Advocacy
Award from Yale School of Medicine on Saturday, April 5, for his outstanding
portrayal of the readjustment issues faced by soldiers returning from Iraq
Saturday series returns to remind ‘kids of all ages’ that ‘science
Science Saturdays, a series that brings the excitement of research and
the passion of scientists to “kids of all ages,” will return on
April 5 and continue through April 26.
Concert honors ‘Black National
A chorus of 1,000 New Haven schoolchildren singing the inspiring “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” popularly
known as the “Black National Anthem,” will be the first of two events
at Yale on Friday, April 4, celebrating the life and spirit of the song’s
writer, James Weldon Johnson (1871-1938), and the collection of African-American
arts and letters that bears his name at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript
O T H E RS T O R I E S
RNA molecule found to suppress lung cancer tumors in mice
Grant to Yale Cancer Center will promote clinical trials throughout Connecticut
Conference pays tribute to Brazilian statesman and author Joaquim Nabuco
Exhibition features Haggadah illustrations by modern artists
New exhibition space hosts show exploring themes of loss, renewal
‘SCLAVI’ tells tale of emigrant’s search for his place in
‘Religion and the Big Bang’ is the theme of this year’s Shulman
‘Faith and Fundamentalism’ is focus of three-part Dwight H. Terry Lectures
‘Visual Exegesis’ features artistic interpretations of biblical
The relationship between photography, history and memory examined in student
‘Middle Passage Conversations’ will bring scholars together to discuss black religiosity
Conference to explore benefits of alternative, complementary therapies
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The Farm in the Cave Theatre Studio will present "SCLAVI/The Song of an Emigrant" April 3-5 in the University Theatre.
A new exhibition at the Sterling Memorial Library features artwork from the Passover Haggadah text.