Teeth reveal earlier origins

Two monkey tooth fossils found in the Tugen Hills of central Kenya in 2006 have shed new light on the species’ evolution.

Sci-Tech

Levine celebrates Pope John Paul II

Yesterday, conductor Sir Gilbert Levine GRD ’72 spoke with the News about his recent work, a PBS concert titled “Out of Many, One — A Musical Offering from Chicago — In the Spirit of John Paul” that will be televised at Yale on Thursday.

Culture

In third meeting, Armory possibilities arise

Ward 1 Alderman Sarah Eidelson ’12 and Ward 28 Alderman Claudette Robinson-Thorpe led the Goffe Street Armory Planning Committee in repurposing the unoccupied Armory.

City

Inside the YUAG, VIP-Style

Last Thursday, I walked into the Yale University Art Gallery, put my stuff away in a safe, introduced myself to the fellows of my residential college and, while waiting for the rest of our party to arrive, sort of jumped around in my head out of excitement for what I was about to see. Maybe […]

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