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At 17 Hillhouse Avenue on Wednesday evening, postdoctoral scholars and graduate students in the sciences took a break from their research and threw themselves into improvisation exercises. (Sci-Tech, October 30)
A Connecticut biotechnology company hopes to be one of the frontrunners in the race to develop a vaccine to fight Ebola. (Sci-Tech, October 30)
Although six months have passed since the Academic Review Committee released its report on allocating faculty positions across departments, few have felt the impact of the findings. (University, October 30)
Yale Bulldogs News
On Friday night the Yale women’s sailing team will drive to cold Enfield, N.H., where racing is to take place on Saturday and Sunday for the Victorian Coffee Urn. The regatta, hosted by Dartmouth, will act as the New England qualifier for the Women’s Atlantic Coast Championship and will be sailed in FJs and Z420s. (October 30)
The freshman forward averaged 16 points, 10 rebounds, and four blocks per game in her senior year at The Rivers School in Wayland, Mass. (October 30)
Tyler Varga leads the nation in putting points on the scoreboard. He also puts up big numbers in the classroom. That is why the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame today named him one of its scholar-athlete award winners. (October 29)