Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
Yale committed to offering overseas opportunities to all undergraduates
President Richard C. Levin has announced that the University is committed to offering all Yale College students the opportunity to study or work abroad during their undergraduate experience or the year following graduation.
Project funded by Class of 1957 is adding music education to city's core curriculum
Topics that combine music and science -- such as the question of why wooden instruments resonate, the relationship between pitch and an instrument's length and ways in which the form of butterflies could be related to music -- were explored in an event that brought together Connecticut educators, Yale alumni, elementary schoolchildren and members of the media in the Law School's Levinson Auditorium on May 20.
International festival marks
10th year of arts & ideas
Arts & Ideas New Haven will kick off its 10th annual international festival with a song and end it with a dance.
Student writer's works cast
light on injustices
Winning the Elie Wiesel 2005 Prize in Ethics Essay Contest was yet one more item on the already-daunting résumé of Yale College junior Sarah Stillman, who was named to USA Today's elite All-USA College Academic Team earlier this year.
Yale celebrates its newest
graduates with pomp
If Commencement guests were singled out for awards the way accomplished students are at Yale graduation celebrations, a likely recipient might have been a 20-year-old woman who proved herself worthy of honor for her moxie at the May 23 ceremony.
Commencement 2005 Photo Gallery
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Study: More students expelled in preschool than in later years
Team sheds light on RNA quality-control system
Music linked to decreased need for sedation
Biologists successfully extract and analyze DNA from extinct lemurs
Law deanship endowed with Goldman family gift
Harvey Goldblatt is reappointed as Pierson master
Radio interview leads Ruff to a 'magical' discovery
Head coach post endowed in honor of late Yale tennis star
Swimmer donates Olympic gold to alma mater
Tsunami-causing earthquake yields new data about Earth's core
Children develop cynicism at an early age, says study
'Lost' papers of journalist noted for her stories on Russian Revolution turn up at Yale library
All hail Hale!
New risk assessment program will provide early genetic screening
Works by young playwrights to be staged as part of Drama School project
Internationally renowned tenor joins the faculty as voice teacher
Workshop explores chronic disease prevention
MacMicking named a Searle Scholar for infection research
Elimelech garners Clarke Prize for water research
Congresswoman to speak at benefit gala for cancer research
Student Awards and Fellowships
Search committee named for School of Music dean
Memorial to honor Dr. Alvin Novick
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A show by the troupe Luma is one of the many events at the Arts & Ideas New Haven international festival, which will be held June 10-25.
Cheers and tears -- of pride, of joy, of sorrow at parting -- marked the University's 304th graduation.