Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Building Strength in Biomedicine' and 'University Information,' are now available on-line.
Study shows how brain unconsciously processes images
Yale researchers have found that the brain can unconsciously differentiate between social stimuli (pictures of faces) and non-social stimuli (pictures of objects) using a primitive visual pathway that terminates in the amygdala.
Freshman cartoonist illustrates Washington Post column
When Washington Post columnist Gene Weingarten announced in February that he had chosen Eric Shansby as his new cartoonist, he said of the Yale freshman: "I am confident that, despite his youth, he will be able to illustrate anything, however adult in concept."
Al Gore decries 'collision' between civilization and the environment
From the disappearing Arctic ice cap and snows of Kilimanjaro to rising sea levels that threaten to engulf much of the coast of Bangladesh and swallow the Florida Keys among other sites -- at the present rate of global warming, the Earth is headed for catastrophe, former U.S. Vice President Al Gore warned a packed audience in Battell Chapel on April 14.
Carlos Fuentes calls for changes to close gap between First and Third Worlds
The global economy, said author and statesman Carlos Fuentes, is a lot like Mt. Everest -- impossible to move and therefore here to stay.
Panel: Respect is key to proper treatment of those with disabilities
Sometimes when Yale faculty member Glenn Weston-Murphy is maneuvering his wheelchair up an incline, an operation he describes as "delicate as walking a tight rope," a good-hearted individual will come up from behind and -- without asking -- start pushing.
Making Web pages accessible to all
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Horwich honored for work on protein folding
'There's right on both sides' of civil liberties debate, journalist says
Play by Drama School graduate to close Yale Rep season
Americans, Europeans to debate right to intervene in Iraq
Study: Early instruction can change the brains of reading-disabled youths
U.S. poet laureate to give reading of her new work
Columnist to discuss why press failed on 9/11 and Iraq
New research on human conflict is focus of international conference
A Day of Community, a Day of Culture
Engineer Csaba Horváth, a pioneer in chromatography, dies
Mary Louise Brewster, widow of former Yale president, dies
Service, symposium to honor scientist Robert Macnab
Conference to explore work in the field of American Indian studies
Symposium will re-examine seminal essay by late law professor Robert Cover
ITS support specialist to perform in 'Hamlet'
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Washington Post Magazine cartoonist Eric Shansby '07 with a self-portrait.
The Phoenix Dance Troupe, an undergraduate performance group, was among the various Yale international organizations that took part in the combined Communiversity Day-International Cultural Festival held
April 17 on Old Campus.