Yale unveils new TV studio
Yale's world-renowned leaders in the arts, humanities, science, and medicine can now appear on television without leaving the campus -- thanks to a new television and radio studio that is linked to TV and radio networks and stations around the country and the world.
National Building Museum
pays double tribute to Scully
Preeminent architects, writers and other well-wishers gathered at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. on Nov. 12 to fête renowned Yale architectural historian, critic and educator Vincent Scully when he received a double tribute by becoming the first winner of a prize that is named in his honor.
YSN students to learn about life
with few resources
The School of Nursing (YSN) is embarking on a program with the Fair Haven Community Health Center that will prepare students to deliver high-quality patient care within the managed-care environment.
Media's quest for truth vital to U.S. society, says Thomas
When Ronald Reagan was informed during his presidency that a helicopter carrying a U.S. press corps had been fired on by Sandinistas on the Nicaragua/Honduras border, he quipped, "There's some good in everyone," recalled veteran White House correspondent Helen Thomas during her Poynter Fellowship lecture on Nov. 17.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Ex-senator to discuss search for security in a 'fragmented century'
Yale Rep offers up 'A Cup of Coffee' by noted filmmaker
Peabody's mobile BioAction Lab inspires young 'scientists'
Holiday gift ideas galore available at campus shops
YALE CANCER CENTER NEWS
Symposium honors work of pioneering Yale researcher
Series to focus on compassionate patient care
DNA technology may help pinpoint causes of cancer
Center joins effort to create tests for early signs of cancer
Whiffenpoofs celebrate 90th anniversary
New technique for recording activity inside cells may offer insights into diseases like Parkinson's
Yale team is first to turn carbon dioxide into gel form
Astronomy sponsors its first reunion
Donaghue grants to support studies on women's health
Scientists' work may lead to creation of smaller, less costly computers
Student is now big Elm City fan, thanks to internship
Jazz legend Dave Brubeck and his quartet to perform
Miracle play reveals medieval views about St. Nicholas
Harshav to be honored
Two Yale scholars are honored with book prizes from the American Studies Association
Morgan's work featured in annual crafts show
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|During a recent test, Yale's new television studio linked with its counterpart at Stanford University. Media technician Daniel Cody played the part of interviewee.|
The current crop of Yale Whiffenpoofs joined with their predecessors for a weekend of song and revelry celebrating the group's 90th anniversary Nov. 12-14. Here, members of the younger generation of Whiffs take part in the longstanding tradition of sharing spirits while making music at Mory's.