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Peabody paying tribute
to its famed murals
The year 2007 marks the 60th anniversary of what is arguably the world's most famous dinosaur painting, the 110-foot-long "The Age of Reptiles," and the 40th anniversary of its less-famous but equally prized companion, "The Age of Mammals," both on permanent display at Yale's Peabody Museum of Natural History.
Gift will launch major new
series at Yale Press
Yale University Press has received a gift from Cecile and Theodore Margellos for the establishment of an endowed fund to support a major new publishing series of foreign literatures in translation.
State hails Yale's hands-on archaeology project at historic house
For the past seven autumns, groups of Yale undergraduate and graduate students have risen early on Saturday mornings to travel to the nearly 400-year-old Henry Whitfield House in Guilford, bringing along with them the tools of archaeologists: hand picks, trowels, brushes, tape measures, mapping equipment and shovels.
Annual Community Service
Day to be held April 28
Teams of volunteers campuswide will wield paintbrushes, clear trails, assemble crafts kits and help distribute books to city youngsters, among other tasks, while working on behalf of New Haven organizations during the fourth annual Yale Community Service Day on Saturday, April 28.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Psychology professor Marvin Chun is appointed the new master of Berkeley College; his term begins in July
New undergraduate organization hosts talks by female leaders
Findings shed light on behavior of fundamental particles called neutrinos
Research by chemist Mark Johnson's lab clearly reveals the footprints of 'party-crashing' protons
Event will explore the ways in which progressives support American families
Health issues faced by China's migrants is focus of symposium
International conference will examine contemporary Taiwan and its legacy
Conference to explore future of South Africa in the next decade
Exhibit traces centuries-long quest to understand cancer
Symposium honors birthday of infectious disease expert Dr. I. George Miller
Yale researchers urge education to halt high rate of recurring chlamydia infections prompts
For their 'final exam,' Yale students will stage dances in New York City
Abstract works by Nancy Rubens are on display at Slifka Center
Yale's Asthma Care Team will offer free community screenings for the disease
UC-Berkeley student is named the new Yale Younger Poet
In Memoriam: José Juan Arrom
Yale Police adds 10 new officers to its force
Insurance reform advocate and alumnus is honored with fellowship
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The Peabody's "Age of Reptiles" mural gained widespread attention when it was featured on the cover of Life magazine.
Yale students learned archaeological field techniques in a dig at the Henry Whitfield House in Guilford, the oldest stone structure in New England.