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President Richard C. Levin sent the following
message to the Yale community on March 22.
Three members of the faculty have brought to life the experiences of their youth in recently published memoirs. In interviews with the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, all three of the authors described their memoirs as stories that begged to be told.
Eire recalls boyhood during Cuban turmoil
Nuland revisits life with a difficult father
Stankiewicz tells tale of survival in WWII
When two Yale students founded the Yale Daily News (YDN) in 1878, they described the new college newspaper as "an innovation ... justified by the dullness of the times, and by demand for news among us."
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Kumpati Narendra named as Cheel Professor
Christopher Udry appointed to Heinz chair
Actor Christopher Reeve to talk about stem cell research
Historian will compare Bible, Constitution
Illuminated manuscripts on view in Beinecke exhibit
The success of NAFTA to be debated at conference
Lectures focus on ethical issues posed by language
Program teams Yale scientists, middle school students
Study: Gender gap in smile rates likely not 'hard-wired'
Exhibition highlights drawings of ancient Pergamon Altar
'What Ever' takes audience on American odyssey
Symposium explores architectural dilemmas in the Middle East
Event showcases academic careers awaiting in university libraries
Yale Rep's Audio Description performances open window on theater experience for visually impaired
Architects chosen for renovations of Trumbull and Silliman colleges
The art around us
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This illustration is from "Livre des trois vertus" ("Book of Three Virtues"), a medieval manuscript offering instruction in how women should behave.
Artist Heather Woodbury will present an eight-part 'American Odyssey' as part of the Yale Rep's 'Splash!' series.