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Popular musicians draw crowds to YUAG

Before a packed lecture hall on Wednesday evening, musicians David Byrne and James Murphy expounded upon creative impulse, new music technologies, turnstile arpeggios and Japanese […]

AIDS activist speaks about documentary film

Jim Hubbard, a Brooklyn, N.Y.-based experimental and documentary filmmaker and co-founder of MIX, the New York Lesbian and Gay Experimental Film/Video Festival, screened his new […]

YCBA chronicles British history

In keeping with a tradition of chronicling Britain’s material past, the Yale Center for British Art opened a new exhibit called “Making History: Antiquaries in […]

Student curators take over Green galleries

Strapped on cash but temporarily rich in vacant space, administrators at the Yale School of Art invited students to play curator in the school’s unused […]

Weight troubles athletes

Eating disorders present a significant challenge for many people in today’s society, but for athletes, the problem of maintaining a healthy attitude about weight can […]

Med residents train at PPC

When Susan Richman, a professor at the Yale School of Medicine, was an obstetrics and gynecology resident at Yale-New Haven Hospital 23 years ago, she […]

Univ. begins joint degree program

Yale will offer a joint M.B.A. and Ph.D. degree beginning next year, University officials announced this month. The program, which is being sponsored by the […]

Divinity School prof elected vice president of religion academy

Yale Divinity School professor Emilie Townes has been elected vice president of the American Academy of Religion, the world’s largest association of religion scholars, AAR […]

Profs say there is no consensus on Alito

While Yale Law School may have a predominantly liberal image, several faculty members said there is no consensus in the school regarding Supreme Court nominee […]

Law alum may serve on court

President George W. Bush ’68 nominated U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Samuel Alito LAW ’75 to the nation’s highest court Monday, replacing former nominee Harriet […]

Law profs ask High Court to review tribunals

A group of Yale Law School professors sent a letter to Congress and the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday demanding judicial review of a recent case […]