Using an innovative method called transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to measure brain responsiveness, Yale researchers have found that a cocaine addict's response to stimulation is decreased, suggesting that cocaine may cause permanent brain damage.
Four public forums examining the practice of democracy at the local level will be presented this spring in conjunction with Yale's Tercentennial DeVane Lecture Series "Democratic Vistas."
A new "phenomenon" has emerged in film in recent years, in which an African-American character is imbued with special powers, filmmaker Spike Lee told a student audience during a campus visit on Feb. 21.
Salary imbalances between the top 10 players and the other 50 players on National Football League (NFL) teams is one of the many tough issues Paul Tagliabue is facing as he leads the league into the future, said the NFL commissioner during his visit to campus as a Gordon Grand Fellow.
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Brooks appointed to Sterling Professor of French and Comparative Literature
Nordhaus is Sterling Professor of Economics
YCIAS awarded Carnegie grant to support study of globalization
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Ranis will help assess usefulness of World Bank
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Dr. Theodore Lidz, a noted specialist on schizophrenia, dies
Parking Service now offers online renewal forms
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Acclaimed filmmaker Spike Lee criticized the way African Americans are portrayed in films and on television during his Feb. 21 visit to Yale.
Katie Kleiner performs a floor exercise during the Yale gymnastics team practice for an upcoming match in North Carolina.