Former Stanford University President Gerhard Casper was named a successor trustee of the Yale Corporation, the University's governing board, announced President Richard C. Levin.
Yale is joining with a Stanford University start-up company, SKOLAR, in creating an Internet database and search system that will enable nurses across the globe to get instant expert information on patient care.
Charles Reich, author of "The Greening of America" and "Opposing the System," has said: "My goal in life is to make people think. If I do that, I've been a success."
The Chubb Fellowship will host a visit by Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko on Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 4 and 5.
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Noted New York law firm donates historical records
'Love and Loss' recalls popularity of portrait miniatures
Reading, song recital pay tribute to Longfellow
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Event celebrates multi-faceted achievements of John Dryden
Symposium explores past and future of medical ethics
CONCERTS ON CAMPUS
Hartman elected to prestigious British Academy
Gilder Lehrman Center awards second Frederick Douglass Prize
ASCAP honors five faculty from School of Music
Figure Skating Club begins fall program at Ingalls Rink
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The portrait miniature titled "Harriet Mackie (The Dead Bride)" (1804) is one of the artworks on view in a new exhibition at the Art Gallery.|
The work of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow will be celebrated at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library on Wednesday, Oct. 4.