Yale University is an American private Ivy League research university located in New Haven, Connecticut. Founded in 1701 in the Colony of Connecticut, the university is the third-oldest institution of higher education in the United States.
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... Vauix Carter 0. 1.000 Ben Crosby (Yale) 0..714 Josh Hartwell (Yale) 0..625 Bill Wurtenburg (Yale) 2..714 Matt McClung (Lehigh) 0..714 Johnny Poe (Princ. 0..850 Bob Folwell (Penn) 5 1920-24 2..658 Jack Owsley (Yale) 1..688 Bill Ingram (USNA) 5 1926-30 4..694 Rip Miller (Notre Dame) 3 1931-33 2..448 Tom Hamilton (USNA) 5 1934 ...
... personality, large size (69 pounds), good health, and his ability to deal with the raucous Yale Precision Marching Band ... "We beat Princeton three of four years," Jeff Mroz, Yale's quarterback ... We want to beat Harvard." At his first Harvard-Yale Game in 2005, Handsome Dan XVI was briefly stolen by a pair of Harvard undergraduates, in response to a Yale ...
... The Yale Herald is a newspaper run by undergraduate students at Yale University since 1986 ... has a circulation of about 3,000 and is distributed free of charge throughout the Yale campus ...
... Yale is an unincorporated community in Cowlitz County, Washington, United States ... Named for Yale University, the only school teaching forestry in the 19th century, Yale is located in the Speelyai Creek Valley at the junction of State Route 503 and Lewis River Road ... Yale has several view locations for Mount Saint Helens ...
... Siegel graduated from Yale Law School in 1986, where she was an editor of The Yale Law Journal ... She joined the Yale faculty in 1994 after teaching at the Boalt Hall School of Law ... active member of the American Constitution Society and faculty advisor to the ACS chapter at Yale Law School ...
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- (noun): A university in Connecticut.
Synonyms: Yale University
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