RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Yale University

A collection of news and information related to Yale University published by this site and its partners.

Top Yale University Articles

Displaying items 111-121
  • Three Satellite Shows Complement Dynamic 'Coney Island' Exhibit At Wadsworth

    Three Satellite Shows Complement Dynamic 'Coney Island' Exhibit At Wadsworth
    When Walt Whitman lived in Brooklyn, N.Y., from 1836 to 1850, he frequently visited the beach at Coney Island, which he described as "a long, bare, unfrequented shore, which I had all to myself." Compare this to the wonderland remembered by the artist...
  • Lively, Colorful 'Side Show' Exhibit Of Freaks At Yale

    Lively, Colorful  'Side Show' Exhibit Of Freaks At Yale
    Freaks of nature have been the subject of fascination, disgust and pity for centuries, shunted off to the curtained-off shadowlands of carnivals and circuses. A new exhibit at Yale School of Art Gallery shines a full light on them and treats them with...
  • Stewart Dixon, corporate attorney who started noted Chicago firm, dies at 84

    In the late 1960s, Stewart Strawn Dixon helped start Chicago corporate law firm Wildman, Harrold, Allen & Dixon, which at its peak had more than 200 lawyers. "I was often struck by how much he cared about his clients," said John Eisel, who began working...
  • Yale Study: Mass Die-Offs Of Fishes, Birds And Mammals Increasing

    Yale Study: Mass Die-Offs Of Fishes, Birds And Mammals Increasing
    Mass die-offs of hundreds — sometimes hundreds of thousands — of fish, birds and other animals appear to be increasing in both frequency and in the numbers of individuals involved, according to a new study. The report by researchers at...
  • Murphy Pushes NIH To Increase Research Funding To State

    Saying Connecticut has shouldered "more of the cuts than other states," U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy has urged the head of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to restore funding for cancer and other disease research at Yale University and other...
  • Does chilly weather really cause a cold?

    Does chilly weather really cause a cold?
    Maybe Mom was right all along. Although generations of parents have warned their children that venturing into the cold without a hat will make them sick, scientists have long understood that viruses cause the common cold, and that they can strike in...
  • Regional Digest: TCU's Patterson Named Camp Coach Of Year

    TCU's Patterson Named Camp Coach Of Year Gary Patterson, head coach of the TCU Horned Frogs, has been named the Walter Camp Coach of the Year by a vote of the nation's 125 Football Bowl Subdivision head coaches and sports information directors....
  • Smart decision by Sony to drop 'The Interview'

    Smart decision by Sony to drop 'The Interview'
    The decision by Sony Pictures to cancel the Christmas Day opening of "The Interview," a raunchy comedy in which two American journalists try to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, has brought the company in for some hard knocks. Former House...
  • Unbroken film seeking local stories of survival to share globally

    Unbroken film seeking local stories of survival to share globally
    "Unbroken" will hit theaters nationwide Christmas Day, Dec. 25. The inspiring film directed by Angelina Jolie tells the true story of Olympian and war hero Louis "Louie" Zamperini who lived in a raft for 47 days with two other survivors after a near-fatal...
  • UNH Student Who Brought Guns To Campus Sentenced To 2 Years

    UNH Student Who Brought Guns To Campus Sentenced To 2 Years
    MILFORD — Before a Superior Court judge sentenced William Dong to two years in prison Friday, the former University of New Haven student had a chance to explain why he brought rounds of ammunition and firearms — including an illegal Bushmaster...
  • Stephen L. Carter: How Christmas and its meaning prevail

    Not long after some grumpy administrative Grinch at the University of Maine warned employees against the placement of "religious-themed" decorations on campus including candy canes, NASA announced that Christmas lights have become so bright that they...