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Feb 20th, 2012
5:02 pm
February 20th, 2012 | University
Magdanz ’12 wins Luce Scholarship

Reid Magdanz ’12, an environmental studies major, has been awarded a Luce Scholarship to spend a year working in Asia, Director for National Fellowships Katherine Dailinger said over the weekend. Alaska-native Magdanz will use the scholarship to work a one-year internship — he’s not sure where — in a part of Asia where preservation and […]

Feb 2nd, 2012
2:04 pm
February 2nd, 2012 | Culture
The world swoons for Olusola ’11

If Yale students, the viewers of NBC’s “The Sing-Off,” and aspiring cello-boxers weren’t enough, we can now add Jenna Bush Hager (daughter of George W. Bush ’68) to the long list of Kevin Olusola ’11 fans. Hager interviewed Olusola for a four-minute profile on the Today Show yesterday, asking him questions about his celloboxing, African […]

Jan 23rd, 2012
8:39 pm
January 23rd, 2012 | University
Prof. Gaddis nominated for big award

He won a National Humanities Medal in 2005 and has gained fame among Yalies for his lectures on the Cold War, but that’s not it for history professor John Lewis Gaddis. Gaddis, who teaches a History Department junior seminar on biography writing, was nominated for a National Book Critics Circle Award on Saturday for his […]

Jan 16th, 2012
2:17 pm
January 16th, 2012 | Culture
How we did at the Globes

Two Yalies walked away with Golden Globe awards last night, proving once again that Yale’s finest artistes aren’t always doomed to starvation in Brooklyn. Meryl Streep DRA ’74 — who, with 26 Golden Globe nominations and 16 Academy Award nominations over her acting career, is the most-nominated actress of all time — was crowned best […]

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