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May 1994
Volume 57, Number 7

Feature stories:

Play Ball!

A cooperative deal is bringing a professional baseball team to town, along with a total renovation of the storied Yale Field, where George Bush and Ron Darling (as well as Albie Booth and Ted Williams) used to dazzle the faithful.


Not the Same Old Summertime

Gone are the days when the campus dozed from June to September: Within hours of commencement, construction crews will be launching renovation projects, while students and conventioneers compete for lecture halls and playing fields.


A Surge in the Study of Science

Yale’s traditional reputation as a stronghold of the humanities is being amplified by a new emphasis on education in the sciences.




College Comment


Light & Verity
+  a  Yale plan for the UN
+  fellowships for service to New Haven
+  apartheid’s fall ends divestment
+  the pace slows on College cost
+  focusing on the future of cities
+  holdout smokers shunted from Sterling
+  comeback for the Summer Cabaret
+  aid for a Saudi “ghost” hospital


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