Term bill raised by just 2.9%
Yale will raise tuition and room and board for undergraduates by only 2.9% for 2000-2001, marking its third straight year at that rate of increase, the lowest among Ivy League schools in two decades.
African-American Studies gains department status
President Richard C. Levin announced that the University will give its acclaimed African American Studies Program the status of an interdisciplinary department, starting July 1, 2000.
Dean honors music-loving Thai king
School of Music Dean Robert Blocker will take the stage in New Haven this week as part of the school's Faculty Artist Series, but it wasn't so long ago that the renowned pianist was playing for a king.
Computer hijackers and Napster users are newest Internet threat
For a technology created to serve such a noble purpose, the Internet has spawned more than its share of problems.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Bradley urges support for his 'dream' for the future
Renowned opera diva shares stories of her career at master's tea
Grant supports a collaborative library project on digital books
Law students revive New Haven Cares voucher program
Orchestra readies itself for its 'biggest events'
Staged reading weaves a story about a vilified play
Playwriting festival will showcase new works by drama students
Economic development is focus of conference
Historian John Blassingame, pioneer in study of slavery, dies
Virtuoso oboist and composer Ronald Roseman dies
Educators will gather at Yale-hosted conference on social studies teaching
NASA grants awarded for space research
Concert will feature works by prize-winning composer
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|Hazel Carby has been chair of Yale's Afro-American Studies Program, the first initiative of its kind in the Ivy League.|
Pianist Emanuel Ax, who has performed with major symphony orchestras around the world, will be the featured soloist in the Yale Symphony Orchestra's concert on Feb. 26 in Woolsey Hall.