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  • Chapter 11: The Digital Age Takes Hold Post 9/11

    Chapter 11: The Digital Age Takes Hold Post 9/11
    On a clear September morning in 2001, the world changed. The 9/11 terror attacks in New York and Washington changed the way that America looked at safety, security and its role in the world. As the first of the two World Trade Center towers fell, and...
  • Gov. Malloy, Dems Join Pro-Union Rally At Yale

    Gov. Malloy, Dems Join Pro-Union Rally At Yale
    NEW HAVEN – Gov. Dannel Malloy and a slew of other top state Democrats joined hundreds of Yale University graduate students at a rally Tuesday demanding that Yale officials recognize their union and negotiate a contract. "I understand how hard...
  • 'Holiday Inn' Extends Again; Audra McDonald To Perform At Long Wharf Gala

    'Holiday Inn' Extends Again; Audra McDonald To Perform At Long Wharf Gala
    Six-time Tony Award and two-time Grammy Award-winner Audra McDonald will headline Long Wharf Theatre's 50th Anniversary Gala on June 5. Her Broadway accolades in all four acting categories (best leading and featured actress in a musical and also in a...
  • Surgeon talks breast surgery, reconstruction methods

    Surgeon talks breast surgery, reconstruction methods
    Breast cancer surgery and reconstruction methods have evolved since the days of the radical mastectomy. Depending on a person's cancer, body and needs, a more natural-looking outcome may be available. Nowadays more commonly performed breast cancer...
  • Yale a capella group to sing in church concert series

    A Yale University a capella singing group, the Whiffenpoofs – a tradition that is now more than 100 years old – will be performing as part of the Music on High Concert Series at First Church of Christ, Congregational, at 81 High St. in...
  • Yale Concludes Ebola Researchers Don't Need To Sequester Themselves

    Yale Concludes Ebola Researchers Don't Need To Sequester Themselves
    Two Yale students who have returned home from researching the Ebola outbreak in Liberia will not sequester themselves for three weeks as originally planned, the university's school of public health said in a letter to students and staff Monday. The...
  • Top US Climate Change Negotiator to Speak at Yale Tuesday

    U.S. Envoy for Climate Change Todd Stern will be speaking at Yale University Tuesday amid new reports that the United States is considering making a major contribution to a fund to help poor nations combat the threat of global warming. Stern's Yale...
  • Ban fracking, O'Malley [Commentary]

    Ban fracking, O'Malley [Commentary]
    The medical and scientific community was relieved when Gov. Martin O'Malley imposed a moratorium on fracking in 2011. He said that the state would only move forward with fracking if it "can be accomplished without unacceptable risks of adverse impacts...
  • Three candidates vying for Florida House District 100

    Three candidates vying for Florida House District 100
    The race for the Florida House District 100 seat has drawn two attorneys and a political rookie: Democrat Joe Geller, a lawyer from Aventura; Republican Martin Feigenbaum, an attorney from Surfside; and Libertarian Omar Recuero from Hollywood. The victor...
  • Alexion Names New Chairman After Death Of Founding Board Member

    Alexion Names New Chairman After Death Of Founding Board Member
    Four days after the unexpected death of its founding chairman, Alexion Pharmaceuticals appointed its chief executive to head the growing biomedical company's board of directors. Max Link, the 74-year-old chairman of the company, died while traveling...
  • HIV's infection tactics could guide AIDS vaccine, study finds

    HIV's infection tactics could guide AIDS vaccine, study finds
    New research that sheds light on the methods and machinery used by HIV to infect cells provides insight into the tricky virus that potentially could guide the development of a vaccine against the virus that causes AIDS, according to U.S. government and...