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Roammeo expands to Boston area

November 27, 2012 • 0
Roughly a year and a half after its founding in New Haven, Roammeo is spreading to new cities.
The Elis won their second game of the season 4–3 in overtime against the University of Connecticut in the semifinals of the Nutmeg Classic on Friday.
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WOMEN’S HOCKEY | Elis rally past Huskies

November 27, 2012 • 0
The Yale women’s hockey team was able to eke out its second win of the season in exciting fashion, defeating the University of Connecticut 4–3 in overtime at Ingalls Rink on Friday.
Yale raced in J/22 boats, a 22-foot-long racer, and came out with a 4–5 record.
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SAILING | Bulldogs finish in second

November 27, 2012 • 0
While most Yale students were at the Game in Cambridge, the Yale sailing team was yet again contending for national recognition.
Defensive end Beau Palin ’13, who was recently elected captain for the 2013 season, tied for the team lead in sacks this year with four.
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Palin ’14 elected football captain

November 27, 2012 • 0
After a disappointing 2–8 season culminating in a heartbreaking loss to Harvard, Yale football is already preparing for next year.
Guard Austin Morgan ’13 finished fifth in the nation in free throw percentage and ninth in the Ivy League in scoring last year.
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Morgan ’13 talks men’s basketball

November 27, 2012 • 0
The News sat down with Austin Morgan '13 to discuss his growing role on the team and his views on the season.
Pregnancy smoking hurts reading ability
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Pregnancy smoking hurts reading ability

November 27, 2012 • 0
New research is the first to link prenatal nicotine exposure with impaired reading skills.
Elderly attitude affects aging
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Elderly attitude affects aging

November 27, 2012 • 0
A recent study has found that elderly patients who embrace positive stereotypes about aging are more likely to recover from physical disabilities.
UCLA professor Richard Jackson’s argued in Nov. 15 lecture that urban planning can help solve the national chronic disease epidemic.
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Urban planning may benefit health

November 27, 2012 • 0
The solution to chronic depression, obesity and asthma may not lie in medicine or therapy but in redesigning cities.
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Fairness develops early Yale study finds

November 27, 2012 • 0
A new Yale study has found that children develop an understanding of fairness early in life, but this understanding manifests itself in behavior more frequently when people are looking.
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DIMBERU: How to Build a Poor Man’s iPhone

November 27, 2012 • 0
I am cheap. No, wait, I’m frugal. There is a difference. When you’re cheap, you don’t want to pay for anything. When you’re frugal, you are willing to pay for things that are worth it. Ask anyone who really knows me and they will confirm this. I wear multiple layers of clothing at home and »