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Yale's Jackson Institute for Global Affairs has received a commitment of $2.5 million from the Henry Luce Foundation, enabling the institute's director, James Levinsohn, to augment resources for priorities of the institute. (Yale Daily Bulletin News, November 14)
The Yale-United Way Campaign is now offering campus community members a way to honor the memory of the late Frank Turner, former provost and librarian. (Yale Daily Bulletin News, November 14)
The Yale Child Study Center (CSC) marked its 100th anniversary this year by doing what the center has done best for the past century: providing valuable information on child mental health development to parents, pediatricians, and primary care providers, while offering innovative clinical care to children locally and internationally. (Yale Daily Bulletin News, November 14)
Yale Daily News
A runoff election for the Yale College Council President between Leah Motzkin ’16 and Michael Herbert ’16 will be held on Monday at 9 a.m. to Tuesday at 9 p.m. (University, April 18)
Food cannot be something we only think about at Yale when we step into a dining hall or swipe through Durfee’s. (Guest Columns, April 18)
The majority of the Yale community does not speak Chinese, and therefore, has been unable to see thousands of netizens protest against Yale’s decision to accept George Chen as an incoming World Fellow. (Guest Columns, April 18)
Yale Bulldogs News
Yale (15-19, 7-7 Ivy) picked up a key win in a doubleheader against Harvard (10-22, 5-9) on Saturday, extending its Red Rolfe lead to two games. Eric Hsieh went 3-for-4 with two walks, two runs, and three RBIs between both games. (April 19)
The Yale men’s track and field team hosted the first annual Mark Young Invitational at its own Dewitt Cuyler Athletic Complex on Saturday. The meet—which will become a staple of the Elis’ schedule in future outdoor seasons—brought together a range of regional schools, including Brown, Central Connecticut, Columbia, Dartmouth, LaSalle, Manhattan, Northeastern, Sacred Heart, UMass Lowell and the University of New Haven. (April 20)
Yale lightweight crew bounced back from last weekend’s defeat with a sweep of Dartmouth and MIT Saturday. In the day’s early racing, the Bulldogs earned victory in the first, second and third varsity eights to win their second successive Durand Cup against the Big Green; later that afternoon, the Engineers fell to strong performances across the Yale ranks in the Joy Cup. All crews enjoyed good weather, close racing and fast conditions, as the Bulldogs made a strong statement in their final home races of the season. (April 19)
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