Steven Siegel
Righi ’09 dominates but team comes up short

Alex Righi ’09 continued to set the pace for the Bulldogs at the 2006 Eastern Intercollegiate Swimming League Championships, racing to three school records and […]

Medical students look for ‘Match’

On the tables set inside Harkness Ballroom, only sealed envelopes separated 100 of the School of Medicine’s graduating seniors from their respective fates. Unlike college […]

Cleary to serve as Public Health Dean

Paul Cleary, a professor of health care policy at Harvard Medical School, has been named dean of the Yale School of Public Health and chairman […]

Faculty go abroad to study epidemic

As some students labor to increase awareness of the HIV/AIDS epidemic with such events as AIDS Walk New Haven, and as scientists at the Yale […]

Women’s swimming finishes a disappointing fifth at Ivies

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Frank Keefe is a “living legend,” at least according to the announcer at Harvard’s Blodgett Pool. During his 26 seasons as head […]

Yale lags in fight for swim recruits

Alex Righi ’09 probably could have gone to any school in the country. The freshman standout was named National High School Swimmer of the Year […]

Public Health narrows dean search to two

The yearlong search for a new dean of the Yale School of Public Health is nearing an end. The search committee settled on a ranked […]

Tigers crush m. squash in semis

The men’s squash team shouldn’t hope for Princeton wins this often. The Bulldogs (12-2, 5-0 Ivy) celebrated Princeton’s (10-2, 5-1) win over Harvard (6-3, 4-1) […]

Elis top Brown in final ’06 dual meet

The men’s swimming team’s disappointment at the start was understandable. Yale’s 400-yard medley relay team fell to Brown’s by just one-hundredth of a second. “It […]

Brink to assume radiology chair

Dr. James Brink, interim chairman of the department of diagnostic radiology at the Yale School of Medicine and Yale-New Haven Hospital, has been appointed to […]

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If Science Hill seems too far to walk to aid in Yale research, try Zambia. While most Yale scientists work for the University at sites […]