Melanoma survivors show risky behavior

Many melanoma survivors forgo sunscreen and use indoor tanning beds after recovering from the disease, according Yale Cancer Center research.

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Former Dominican Republic president looks to growth in Latin America

Latin America is becoming increasingly important in the sphere of global politics, according to former President of the Dominican Republic Leonel Fernández.

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Former CIA spokeswoman talks security, politics intersection

Marie Harf addressed a crowd of roughly 50 students at a Davenport College Master’s Tea on Monday.

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YCC | Danny Avraham ’15, president

Four months after becoming vice president of the Yale College Council, Danny Avraham ’15 has led the charge against changes to Yale’s grading policy and reorganized the YCC’s internal structure.

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Students protest outside grading meeting

Roughly 60 students gathered outside Davies Auditorium this afternoon to protest the proposals of the Yale College Ad-Hoc Committee on Grading, which recommended that Yale adopt a 100-point grading scale and suggested a rubric of grade distributions. The protest was held as faculty members entered the auditorium to vote on the committee’s proposals. Led by Scott […]

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Yale unveils Energy Studies program

In an effort to create an academic track that caters to undergraduates interested in the scientific, economic and social impact of energy production, the Yale Climate & Energy Institute unveiled a new Energy Studies program this week.

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New Energy Studies program launched

The Yale Climate & Energy Institute announced on Monday that it is accepting applications for a new undergraduate program in Energy Studies that will commence in fall 2013. The Energy Studies program will offer students multidisciplinary opportunities to learn about the science, economics and the social impact of energy production. According to the program’s mission […]

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Media attacks duck genitalia research

In the past week, Yale ornithology professor Richard Prum has come under attack from various media outlets for his study of ducks’ sexual anatomy and forced copulation.

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Public alarm over climate change grows

Yale researchers have found that Americans are growing increasingly alarmed about climate change.

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Students start noodle restaurant

Last Friday, Yale’s first student-run pop-up restaurant opened its doors to serve noodles to 60 customers in the Davenport basement.

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FES panel urges political action on climate change

Sen. Richard Blumenthal LAW ’73 addressed a crowd of roughly 100 in Kroon Hall Wednesday night.

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Medical library showcases war photographs

Civil War clinical photography is currently on display in an exhibit at the John Hay Whitney Medical Library.

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