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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)
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After jumping out to a 7-1 lead in the first quarter, the No. 13 Yale men’s lacrosse team had to hold on for a 14-11 win over Quinnipiac at Reese Stadium. (April 22)
Chris Lanham became the first player in Yale history to win three Pitcher of the Week honors in a season, thanks to yet another outstanding performance from him against Harvard. (April 22)
This weekend, a small number of the Yale women’s track and field team will travel to Philadelphia to compete in the Penn Relays—the nation’s oldest and largest track and field meet. The Penn Relays attract competitors from all over the nation, boasting of steep entry standards that allow for only the most elite runners. All eight Ivy League Schools will send their best runners to compete in the meet, beginning this Thursday to Saturday. A complete schedule and live results are available here. (April 22)
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