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Wednesday, February 26, 2014 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Sterling Memorial Library (SML), Lecture Hall, 120 High St., New Haven, CT 06511 Beverly Gage ’94 B.A., Professor of History at Yale University, will moderate a conversation on the topic of the Black Panthers and the FBI in this panel that includes the...
Exhibit will be on view from October 18 – January 31 Memorabilia Room, Sterling Memorial Library In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Cole Porter’s graduation from Yale in 1913, the Yale Music Library are offering an exhibition of his life and work. Among Yale’s most notable musical alumni,...
The Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Yale has announced the winners of the Windham Campbell Literature Prizes. This year’s recipients illustrate the global scale of the prizes, with the eight winning writers hailing from seven countries. The winners in the three categories — fiction,...
Through the Help Us Make History project, the University Archives has documented the stories of Yale undergraduates during the 2020 Spring Semester.  The first prompt “Share a picture of your study space” was a great success.  See some examples of how Yale undergraduate students finished out their...
A newspaper article announcing the start of the AIDS Committee of Toronto. (Box 2, folder 6)
Doctors in New York and California have diagnosed among homosexual men 41 cases of a rare and often rapidly fatal form of cancer. Eight of the victims died less than 24 months after the diagnosis was made – LAWRENCE K. ALTMAN, “RARE CANCER SEEN IN 41 HOMOSEXUALS.” New York Times, Jul 03, 1981. By...
Yale University and the Yale Indian Papers Project have received a Scholarly Editions grant of $225,000 from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to support “The New England Indian Papers Series: The State of Connecticut Collection, 1784-1869.” Slated to begin in the spring of...

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