Students and alumni receive noted awards
Academy honors six Yale composers
Three Elis receive Soros Fellowships
YSN scientist still uncovering Agent Orange's harmful effects
Within a few hours after The New Haven Register ran an article describing Linda Schwartz's study on Agent Orange, the research scientist at the School of Nursing received four calls from local Vietnam veterans concerned that their own illnesses might be related to their exposure to the toxic herbicide.
Book traces 'unsteady march'
to racial equality
As racial violence escalated across the nation, civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. told his followers that he longed for a day when "justice runs down like water, and righteousness like a mighty stream."
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Mullinix will take on new challenges as V.P. of the University of California
Grant to expand nurse's program for diabetic teens
Professors' model helps predict March Madness victors
Most Vietnam veterans were exposed to toxic Agent Orange, Yale scientist testifies
Joseph Goldstein, noted for his work in family law, dies
Exhibit celebrates 30 years of women artists at Yale
'Father and Sons' exhibit features works by three family members
Visual Journals' on view in Medical Library
CONFERENCES ON CAMPUS
Census count will be held on campus April 3-6
Faculty share 'experience' with students at teas
EPH seminar to examine impact of domestic violence on individuals, community
Labor conditions in developing nations will be focus of YCIAS roundtable
Yale researchers find no relation between PCBs, breast cancer
Liman Fellow Sager to discuss her work with 'All Our Kin'
Ovarian cancer is topic of forum
Yale authors will talk about their books
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|Political commentator Ariana Huffington will discuss her new book, "How to Overthrow the Government," at a tea in the President's House on March 27. Other notable guests on campus this week include Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Yusef Komunyakaa, fashion designer Sandy Dalal and Dr. Marcia Angell, the editor-in-chief of the New England Journal of Medicine.
"The Broken Face," above, a sculpture by Yu Ping and "The Island," below, a painting by Yu Gan will be two of the works on display in the exhibit "Father and Sons: A Dialogue Between Two Generations of the Yu Family."