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  • Quinnipiac Celebrates Black History Month With a Showing of "Kingdom Bequeath" on Feb. 21

    Quinnipiac Celebrates Black History Month With a Showing of "Kingdom Bequeath" on Feb. 21
    As part of Quinnipiac University's Black History Month celebration, members from the First Wave Hip Hop and Urban Arts Learning Community will perform Kingdom Bequeath, an experimental production pondering questions about life, respect, power, equal...
  • Varsity Q&A with Zelor Massaquoi, Reservoir, basketball

    Varsity Q&A with Zelor Massaquoi, Reservoir, basketball
    Reservoir junior Zelor Massaquoi admits to being only 5 feet 5 1/2 inches tall, but she can outmaneuver much taller opponents and leads the Howard County girls basketball league in rebounding. Her tenacity emerges all over the court as she averages 12.6...
  • "Lily Hare" Showing at Quinnipiac's Buckman Theater

    "Lily Hare" Showing at Quinnipiac's Buckman Theater
    When all else fails, pick pockets for a living. That's what the title character of New Haven playwright Kevin Daly's piece Lily Hare does. Lily is a less-than-talented actress touring the country performing a play of poorly remembered Shakespearean...
  • Rick Scott to voters: Never mind

    Rick Scott to voters: Never mind
    ORLANDO, Fla. -- Republican Gov. Rick Scott was one of those tea party stars whom voters believed had the courage of his convictions when he promised, as recently as last summer, to block The Affordable Care Act in his state. But last week, writes the...
  • Cadaver Care: Yale Medical Students Respect the Lives of Their Anatomical Donors

    Cadaver Care: Yale Medical Students Respect the Lives of Their Anatomical Donors
    One dark January night in 1824, several men crept into a West Haven cemetery. They dug up the grave of a newly buried 17-year-old farmer's daughter named Bathsheba Smith and carried her body to Yale Medical College for dissection. These students or...
  • Security Officials Say Cellphones, Cameras Will Help Investigation

    Hours after the Monday afternoon blasts that claimed the lives of three — including an 8-year-old boy — and injured more than 100 at the Boston Marathon, experts in law enforcement, security and terrorism were reluctant to place blame with a...
  • Same speculation, different styles for O'Malley, Cuomo

    Same speculation, different styles for O'Malley, Cuomo
    By the time Gov. Martin O'Malley left the Democratic convention last fall, he had schmoozed with party leaders from Iowa, spoken to potential donors and hosted swanky parties that kept delegates entertained into the next morning — efforts that...
  • Gov. Chris Christie wins reelection in New Jersey

    Gov. Chris Christie wins reelection in New Jersey
    HOBOKEN, N.J. -- Republican Gov. Chris Christie romped to an easy reelection in this blue-leaning state Tuesday, according to Associated Press projections, appealing to voters across ideologies after a race that set him up for a potential presidential...
  • Looking at polls, conservatives raise red flags over Gov. Tom Corbett's electoral fortunes.

     
    It's no secret that Gov. Tom Corbett has always had problems with Pennsylvania's conservative movement. From his notorious "living document" comments about the state Constitution during a 2010 primary debate to right-wing gripes that he wasn't going far...
  • Q Poll: 91 percent of Floridians want universal background checks

     
    Ten out of every 11 Florida voters are in favor of universal background checks for gun purchases, a new poll from Quinnipiac University finds. The 91-8 preference among Florida voters is even greater than the national average, which was 88-10, according...
  • AIF: Scott’s approval ratings are in good shape…really

     
    The ever-helpful folks at Associated Industries of Florida, the state's big-business lobby, are out with a poll today that may provide some comfort to Gov. Rick Scott, whose favorability ratings have been deemed badly upside-down by two recent polls...