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February 7, 2006
What beef do you have with “The Vagina Monologues”? Own up: You may have never seen or read the Eve Ensler play, but you probably have an opinion of it, or at the very least, some sort of visceral reaction. For many female readers, that reaction is probably a mixture of pride, enthusiasm and embarrassment. »

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January 23, 2006
Yesterday, I found a cure for cancer. Well, not just any cure; this baby blasts away all traces of malignant tumors while simultaneously resuscitating hair growth, reducing exhaustion and speeding up metabolism. It’s even been theorized that just one taste of my new elixir (it comes in both syrup and pill forms) will have Ariel »

Journal widens law dialogue

September 26, 2005
When Opening Argument, a new Yale Law School opinion journal, hit the presses earlier this week, it became the latest addition to the substantial corpus of Law School publications, including such established titles as the Yale Law Journal and the Yale Law and Policy Review. But unlike the other Yale Law School journals, which typically »

Indian minister praises close ties

September 23, 2005
P. Chidambaram, the finance minister of India, said in a talk Thursday that many have been too quick to blame loss of American jobs on outsourcing to India, and focused on what he called the positive economic connection between the United States and India. Speaking at Sheffield-Sterling-Strathcona Hall on the topic of “U.S.-India Economic Relations” »