Vice President Al Gore's recent selection of U.S. Senator Joseph Lieberman as his running mate guarantees that, once again, a Yale alumnus will serve as President or Vice President of the United States.
A record-high 66.3% of the students admitted to Yale College chose to matriculate in this year's freshman class.
In a landmark achievement, Yale researchers have determined the atomic structure of the ribosome's large subunit, paving the way for more effective drugs to fight infection.
With the publication of "The Western Canon" and "Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human," Harold Bloom, Sterling Professor of the Humanities, established a reputation as an advocate of returning the "greats" of Western literature to college curricula and private bookshelves.
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Kemel Dawkins fills in as acting VP for finance and administration
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Employee Day at the Bowl to launch Bulldogs' season as defending champs
Artists' creations depict black life in the rural South
Art Gallery exhibit surveys 20th-century American photographic portraiture
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Exhibits showcase work of Hispanic artists, Paul Rand
Beinecke Library exhibit documents the struggle for the religious and political control of Ireland
Chinese artist's work on view
Renovated gallery to feature architects' creations
Lamar Center's inaugural event examines national parks
'Clowns of horror' to open Yale Rep's new season
While You Were Away ...
Students spent summer aiding Elm City groups
Convocation and organ concerts open new music season
Slifka Center lectures will feature noted Judaic scholars
Bromwich and Lewis are honored for their literary work
Psychologist Robert G. Crowder dies
How they spent their summer vacation: A Photo Essay
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Bulldogs running back Rashad Bartholomew (#34) and his teammates are gearing up to defend their Ivy League Champion title.
Harold Bloom, the Sterling Professor of the Humanities, talks about the pleasures of solitary reading.