• Yale Lary

    Yale Lary

    Robert Yale Lary Sr. (November 24, 1930 – May 11, 2017) was an American football player, businessman, and politician.

  • 1893 Yale Bulldogs baseball team

    The 1893 Yale Bulldogs baseball team represented Yale University in the 1893 college baseball season. The Bulldogs competed as an Independent, with a student manager.

  • Yale Physician Associate Program

    The Yale Physician Associate program accepted its first class in 1971. The mission of the program is to educate individuals to become outstanding clinicians and to foster leaders who will serve their communities and advance the physician assistant (PA) profession. The program's founder, Dr. Alfred M. Sadler Jr., served as its first director in 1970. Yale School of Medicine maintains the only PA program named "Physician Associate" program instead of a "Physicians Assistant" program in the United States, as it pre-dates the formation of the accreditation body and has elected to retain its original name. Note that despite the difference in name, graduates of the program will take the Physician Assistant National Certifying Exam and will be called a physician assistant when practicing.

  • SS Yale (1906)

    SS Yale (1906)

    Yale, a 3,731 gross ton coastal passenger steamship, was built by the Delaware River Iron Shipbuilding and Engine Works in 1906, for service between New York and Boston. In March 1918 the U.S. Navy acquired her from the Pacific Steamship Company of Seattle, Washington, placing her in commission later in that month as Yale.

  • The Yale Book of Quotations

    The Yale Book of Quotations is a quotations collection that focuses on modern and American quotations and claims a high level of scholarship and reliability. Edited by Fred R. Shapiro, it was published by Yale University Press in 2006 with a foreword by Joseph Epstein, ISBN 978-0-300-10798-2. Prior to publication it was referred to by its working title, The Yale Dictionary of Quotations. The book presents over 12,000 quotations on 1067 pages. It is arranged alphabetically by author (or, for some quotations, by quotation type), with some information as to the source of each quotation and, where the editor deems this relevant, cross-references to other quotations. A keyword index allows the reader to generally find quotations by significant words in the quotations.

  • Yale International Relations Association

    Yale International Relations Association

    Yale University is a private Ivy League research university in New Haven, Connecticut. Founded in 1701, it is the third-oldest institution of higher education in the United States and one of the nine Colonial Colleges chartered before the American Revolution. Yale consistently ranks among the top universities in the world.

  • 1981 Yale Bulldogs football team

    1981 Yale Bulldogs football team

    The 1981 Yale Bulldogs football team represented Yale University in the 1981 NCAA Division I-A football season. The Bulldogs were led by seventeenth year head coach Carmen Cozza and played their home games at the Yale Bowl. They played as a member of the Ivy League. The Bulldogs finished the season with an overall record of 9–1, including a record of 6–1 in Ivy League play, giving them a share of the Ivy League championship with Dartmouth.

  • Yale Bulldogs women's basketball

    Yale Bulldogs women's basketball

    The Yale Bulldogs women's basketball team is the intercollegiate women's basketball program representing Yale University. The school competes in the Ivy League in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The Bulldogs, also nicknamed the Elis, play home basketball games at the Payne Whitney Gymnasium in New Haven, Connecticut on the university campus. The team is currently coached by Allison Guth, entering her second year.

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