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ng rod with a red bag as bait that reads "3 million" Two submerged whales swim toward the boat. A drawing of a seacoast is at far right and a masted ship is at far left.
July 8, 2023
AJ Laird ’24 is the recipient of the 2024 Senior Exhibit Fellowship, which offers the selected student an opportunity to create and curate an exhibit based on the topic of the senior essay.
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July 7, 2023
Brian Meacham, film archivist, spoke about the Yale Film Archive at the British Film Institute film festival in London.
Painting of woman hangs on brick wall. She sits at a desk with six books on surface. She has short wavy brown hair and wears.a blouse with pink, orange, white, red swirls and holds black glasses and a pen in her right hand.
July 3, 2023
Elga Wasserman is honored with a portrait in Bass Library for her role in supporting Yale’s transition to coeducation in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Smiling woman with shoulder-length brown hair and wire glasses, gold hoop earrings and blue short-sleeve shirt open at collar stands in courtyard with brick facade behind her and two grey figures in partial view of water fountain at left.
June 26, 2023
Three Kaplan Senior Essay Prizes awarded for essays based on research in special collections.
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.
June 10, 2023
LUX is Yale’s groundbreaking custom search tool for exploring the university’s extensive holdings of artistic, cultural, and scientific objects.
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June 1, 2023
Entry-level career librarians are invited to apply for a new three-year residency established to honor beloved social sciences librarian Kenya Flash (1980–2021).