Free Internet TV debuts with 28 channels

After months of anticipation, Yalies on Friday could finally stream live high-definition TV to their laptops through IPTV provider Tivli. Yale, say hello to the new service and goodbye to your productivity. While Tivli currently features 28 channels ranging from the History Channel to Comedy Central, it is notably missing HBO GO, the on-demand archive […]

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LED panel draws broad interest

The hottest new performance venue and art gallery on campus may be the new café in the Becton Center.

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New café opens in the Becton Center

With today’s opening of the new 44-seat café on the first floor of the Becton Center, Yale’s engineers will now have a place tailor-fit to lounge and work.

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Weight bias extends to courtroom

In a study conducted by researchers at the Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity, participants given hypothetical court cases were more likely to deem overweight female defendants guilty of a crime over their lean counterparts.

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New CEID café seeks name, logo

Want to impress Linda Lorimer, win a gift card and have your wit displayed for eternity in one fell swoop? The Center for Engineering Innovation and Design is hosting a logo and name competition for its new café, which will open on Jan. 22 on the first floor of the Becton Center. Members of the […]

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ITS to launch online TV streaming

When students return to Yale next semester, they will have access to high-definition TV anywhere on campus — all through their laptops.

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Students, faculty observe World AIDS Day

In honor of the 25th annual World AIDS Day on Saturday, Dec. 1, student groups and faculty from across Yale College and the graduate schools raised awareness about the disease and reached out to New Haven residents suffering from AIDS.

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Pregnancy smoking hurts reading ability

New research is the first to link prenatal nicotine exposure with impaired reading skills.

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Fiscal cliff looms over sciences

While Yale research may weather the "fiscal cliff," the increasing scarcity of federal grants has forced some faculty to scale back their ambitions.

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‘Hoodie Day’ brings engineering students together

Blinding snow and bitter winds could not dampen spirits inside the Center for Engineering Innovation and Design Wednesday evening as juniors and seniors gathered together for the School of Engineering’s “Hoodie Day.” In previous years, juniors received the traditional blue engineering sweaters from their department secretaries with little fanfare. But seniors Adam Goone ’13 and […]

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Despite Sandy, Yalies vote

Though last week’s hurricane complicated voting for many in the Northeast Tuesday, most Yale students surveyed from the affected states said the conditions did not impact their ability to vote. New York and New Jersey took drastic measures to facilitate voting. Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York temporarily suspended portions of the state’s election law […]

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‘Science’ awards Yale rainforest class

A Yale course that sends student to harvest and analyze plant samples from South American rainforests won the Prize for Inquiry-Based Instruction from Science magazine last month. Since the course began in 2007, students in “Rainforest Expedition and Laboratory” have spent spring break in South America gathering a class of microbes called endophytes for analysis […]

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