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Yale History Timeline: 1990 - 1999

1992 - 1999

May 30 1990 President Schmidt and New Haven Mayor John C. Daniels signed agreement that Yale will make annual payments of $1.5 million to the city.
May 25 1992 President Benno Schmidt announced his resignation following commencement ceremonies.

Jun 17 1992

Howard R. Lamar, Sterling Professor of History, appointed acting president following the resignation of Benno Schmidt.
Sep 1992 Rumpus first published.
Oct 3 1993 President Richard C. Levin inaugurated as Yale's 22nd president.
1994 Yale established Homebuyer Program to assist university employees buying houses in New Haven.
1997 Five-year "and for Yale" campaign raised $1.7 billion dollars.
1998 Renovation of Yale's twelve residential colleges began in the summer with Berkeley College.
Nov 1998 Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition established.
1999    Kurt L. Schmoke, BA 1971, appointed to the Yale Corporation in 1989, became first African-American Senior Fellow of the Yale Corporation.
1999 Yale enrollment is 11,019.

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