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woman with shoulder-length dark hair behind one ear, wearing small silver earring, looks at camera, wearing a silvery grey round neck top
June 12, 2023
Two prizewinning seniors illustrated their senior essays with maps they made themselves in support of their topic and thesis.
Young woman with long brown hair worn behind ears and down shoulders, wearing blue blouse with small white polka dots. Behind her at right is leaded glass window, stone wall, three thin tree trunks at right and top rail of a wooden bench with "Memory of Freder..." carved in front.
May 31, 2023
Accessing the library’s extensive collection of government materials, Sopie E. Edelstein ’23 wrote her winning essay about mental health care for the elderly in early 20th-century America.
1914 sepia-tone photo showing crowds of people with suitcases, in a dusty setting, some seated some standing, with two train cars in the near distance
May 26, 2023
Faculty awards prizes to three Yale College seniors and a doctoral candidate for studies of American and Western American history and culture.
male with graduation cap at center with two women in blue dresses to his right, two younger women to left, one in green dress, one in red, and a little girl in front of him with a white dress
May 23, 2023
Class of 2023 celebrates graduation day posing for photos on a beautiful spring day in front of and inside Sterling Library.
Digital map showing southern US--Florida to Texas--with coastline in blue and white dots on the black landmass. Legend shows that dots are Nursing Homes with Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies. Blue indicates 2 feet or more of inundation exposure.
May 17, 2023
Natalia Festa works with Global Information Systems (GIS) to study emergency-preparedness risks to the elderly in nursing homes.
Four students at a round table pose smiling for the camera; in the background are ten people at other round tables and a video display on wall that reads "Class of 2023"
May 1, 2023
Barbara Rockenbach, Stephen F. Gates ’68 University Librarian, and staff librarians celebrated graduating student workers with an afternoon event and bookplates.
Smiling woman with long wavy brown. hair and large white cat's-eye glasses, wearing a green, black and yellow jacket over a white blouse. She stands next to paned windows that shine light on her face.
April 27, 2023
On Wed., May 3, Ambre Dromgoole (MAR ’17) will tell the story of Roxie Moore, one of the influential Black female musicians featured in Dromgoole’s PhD dissertation.