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May 1997
Volume 60, Number 7

Feature stories:

Art and the Undergraduate

Among the aspiring bankers, lawyers, and secretaries of state passing through Yale’s classrooms are scores of students who are also drawn by the allure of the art studio. Even if they don’t become professionals, their outlook on life and work is likely to be changed by the experience.


Peace on Earth?

Not so long ago, corporations and environmentalists tended to view each other with suspicion. As the economy has changed, however, traditionally opposing forces are finding some common ground, much of it at the School of Forestry and Environmental Science.




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Light & Verity
+  ´╗┐burgeoning collections spark search for off-site storiage
+  a pair of key College rates
+  an AIDS drugs proves profitable as well as beneficial
+  booming student activities fueled by diversity
+  a South African regrets
+  a new BAC trove
+  harassment policy under review

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