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06/22/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
“This newly discovered rock art site of El-Khawy preserves some of the earliest — and largest — signs from the formative stages of the hieroglyphic script and provides evidence for how the ancient Egyptians invented their unique writing system.” — Yale Egyptologist Prof. John Coleman Darnell led an expedition to explore the the ancient Egyptian city of Elkab, which uncovered rock inscriptions,...
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Yale archaeologists discover earliest monumental Egyptian hieroglyphs

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One in five older Medicare patients returns to the hospital after a short-term outpatient stay. The finding points to a hidden vulnerability among these patients, and suggests changes in care might be needed, according to Yale School of Medicine researchers.
One in five older Medicare patients returns to the hospital after a

1 in 5 Medicare patients returns to the hospital after ‘observation stays’

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The Elm City will receive up to $2 million to begin establishing the New Haven community as a hub for innovation, entrepreneurialism and business growth.
The Elm City will receive up to 2 million to begin establishing

New Haven designated as an Innovation Place

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06/20/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
”These are literally matters of life and death and I feel honored and humbled to play a small role.” — Yale Law School student Hillary Vedvig ’17 volunteered with New Haven's Medical-Legal Partnership, one of the first and most successful programs in the country in addressing the health impacts of social factors, such as childhood poverty.
These are literally matters of life and death and I feel honored

Finding a Cure Through Law

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06/20/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
“When I was in high school, Yale was never on my radar. I just wanted to be the first in my family to go to college.” — Ryan Liu ’18 is spending his summer as a policy fellow with the College Promise Campaign, a national initiative to make higher education accessible. His internship is supported by grants from Yale.

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When I was in high school Yale was never on my radar

Why I'll Graduate From Yale But Owe It To Community College

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Yale University
06/19/2017 at 20:30. Facebook
A handful of Yale School of Medicine students opened a clinic and hospital in a remote corner of Nepal. From 8,000 miles away, via the Internet, they provide support. Here’s how they do it.
A handful of Yale School of Medicine students opened a clinic and

What does a 21st century NGO look like?

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Angela Preda
Patricia Albuquerque
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Yale University
06/19/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
“It’s all about innovation.” Students from historically black colleges spent a week with Yale experts, learning about career opportunities in art conservation.
Its all about innovation Students from historically black colleges spent a week

Yale and HBCUs team up to help students 'soar'

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Yale University
06/18/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
Over 5 million people have been forced to flee the six-year-old conflict in Syria, and over 650,000 Syrians are now rebuilding their lives in neighboring Jordan. Building resilience in people affected by war is a priority for humanitarian workers.
Over 5 million people have been forced to flee the sixyearold conflict

New tool measures resilience in adolescent Syrian refugees

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Yale University
06/18/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
“The individual sphere is, I think, being almost suffocated by hyper-consumption and hyper-individualism. We yearn to be part of something larger, and called to something larger.” — Mary Evelyn Tucker, co-director of Yale's Forum on Religion and Ecology, spoke on a panel of the world's leading thinkers, hosted by Smithsonian Magazine
The individual sphere is I think being almost suffocated by hyperconsumption and

Religion scholar Mary Evelyn Tucker on the future of the planet

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Yale University
06/17/2017 at 19:30. Facebook
“The fact that a Catholic priest played such an important role in developing a new realm of biotechnology scrambled my assumptions about the relationship between science and religion.” — Joanna Radin, Yale assistant professor of the History of Medicine on her new book, “Life on Ice: A History of New Uses for Cold Blood.”
The fact that a Catholic priest played such an important role in

“Life on Ice” — The phenomenon of biobanking

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Yale University
06/17/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
“All through the reunion they kept thanking me for what I’ve done for the class, but they’ve got it wrong. That’s nothing compared to what they’ve done for me.” — Martin Snapp ’67 reflects on his Yale College 50th reunion

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All through the reunion they kept thanking me for what Ive done

Yale college 50th reunion helped heal long-term wounds

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Carrol Brown
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06/16/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
Rising sea levels and severe storms are overwhelming U.S. coastal communities, causing billions of dollars in damage and essentially bankrupting the federal flood insurance program. Yet rebuilding continues, despite warnings that far more properties will soon be underwater.

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Rising sea levels and severe storms are overwhelming US coastal communities causing

How Rising Seas and Coastal Storms Drowned the U.S. Flood Insurance Program

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Laura Jean
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Yale University
06/16/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
Yale history professor Joanne B. Freeman recounts a period in American history where violence among members of Congress became common, reflecting a fractured society, sensationalized journalism, and “government instability on a massive scale.”
Yale history professor Joanne B Freeman recounts a period in American history

Violence against members of Congress has a long, and ominous, history

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Muhammad Sabeerawa Saeed
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Yale University
06/15/2017 at 18:15. Facebook
#TBT 1892: Yale crew team rowing against Harvard on the Thames River in New London, CT. Congratulations to the Yale Heavyweight Crew team on capping off a perfect 2017 season with a victory in the 152nd Harvard-Yale Regatta!

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TBT 1892 Yale crew team rowing against Harvard on the Thames River
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Yale University
06/15/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
Yale alumna Hong Tran ’14 was raised in a Saigon neighborhood teeming with crime and crushing poverty. She has been helping other immigrants get their American citizenship for three years. Tran will be enrolling at Yale Law School this fall, and hopes to soon become a citizen herself.

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Yale alumna Hong Tran 14 was raised in a Saigon neighborhood teeming

Yale grad helps other immigrants find legal path to U.S.

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“We need reassurance that we care for one another, are part of the same team and are on an equal plane. We need to problem-solve together – sanely, respectfully, allowing our voices to be heard and honoring each others’ perspectives.” — Joan Cook, trauma psychologist and Yale Department of Psychiatry professor
We need reassurance that we care for one another are part of

Why restoring morale is important to mental health in difficult times

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“Our analysis explains both how mammography causes overdiagnosis, and also why it is not more effective in improving outcomes for our patients. More importantly, it questions some of our fundamental beliefs about the value of early detection.” — Donald R. Lannin, professor of surgery at Yale School of Medicine on the Yale Cancer Center study
Our analysis explains both how mammography causes overdiagnosis and also why it

Mammograms: Are we overdiagnosing small tumors?

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Francesca Fedorovsky
A collaborative study led by Yale School of Public Health indicates that black and Hispanic patients are more likely to receive unnecessary and low-quality care.
A collaborative study led by Yale School of Public Health indicates that

Minority patients face health care ‘double jeopardy’

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“To me, teaching is really a performing art.” — Jonathan Reuning-Scherer, Senior Lecturer in Statistics and Forestry. For nearly two decades, Yale students have crowded by the hundreds into his lectures, eager to watch the performance unfold.
To me teaching is really a performing art Jonathan ReuningScherer Senior Lecturer

Reuning-Scherer on conducting the lecture

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“Playwrights, actors, directors, designers, dramaturgs all studied and worked together, and we worked crew at the Rep.” — Meryl Streep ’75, is among the great actors who studied at the Yale School of Drama.

Now celebrating 50 years, the Yale Repertory Theatre is also where great plays get their start. CBS Sunday Morning spoke to James Earl Jones about premiering August Wilson’s play...
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Playwrights actors directors designers dramaturgs all studied and worked together and we

VIDEO: Yale Rep, a treasure of live theater

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