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Aer Lingus Window of the Week Competition - What to see in Connecticut...Yale University

16th June 2017 - 10:52pm

Tradition is that you rub the toe of former Yale president Theodore Dwight Woolsey for good luck (see how polished the toe is!)

Tradition is that you rub the toe of former Yale president Theodore Dwight Woolsey for good luck (see how polished the toe is!)

Tucked in the centre of New Haven sits prestigious Yale University which contributes significantly to the culture and atmosphere of the downtown area.   Yale’s impact is prevalent in the numerous brownstone buildings and unique old architecture sprinkled throughout the city.   Elm Street is constantly swarming with busy students scurrying to class or grabbing a bite to eat down Broadway. In addition, many of New Haven’s busy streets suddenly open up into the green campus parts of Yale.   Yale is a fascinating campus to see...similar to Trinity College Dublin, its campus runs through New Haven.   Whilst fees are around $40,000 per year, overseas students can benefit from significant reductions.   So all you budding students get going!


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Tradition is that you rub the toe of former Yale president Theodore Dwight Woolsey for good luck (see how polished the toe is!)
Gerry Benson (Publisher & Editor Travelbiz) with the ‘stuffed’ Yale dog!
The fantastic library
The rare book library
Inside the rare book library
Etched into the Yale walls

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