Tree of life of birds almost complete

Cardinals and woodpeckers evolved from a hawk-like ancestor and most of the world’s water birds also appear to be a close-knit group, indicating one avian lineage quickly adapted to aquatic environments after most of the dinosaurs died out at the end of the Cretaceous period.

Campus & Community

Yale affiliates to show their artistic creations during City Wide Open Studios

Undergraduate Sophie Ruehr, whose sculpted pieces range from whimsical ceramic mugs to tree swings and Yale World Fellow and noted Cuban performance artist Tania Bruguera are among the hundreds of artists participating in the 18th annual City Wide Open Studios (CWOS), the largest celebration of the visual arts in the region.


Born in a Strange Time

Oct. 9 at 4:25 p.m.


Oct. 1-31


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