State grapples with budget

Two reports released in the past two weeks by the state Office of Policy and Management detailed the grim fiscal picture for Connecticut.

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George Will advocates for rational conservatism

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist George F. Will delivered an impassioned defense of the right in America Thursday afternoon.

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City business booms

New Haven residents can now step out of the city’s ninth square and into what is billed as a “little French Quarter bistro” in the form of Yolande’s Bistro and Creperie.

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Seven Yale professors named fellows of AAAS

Seven Yale faculty members have been elected fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science Council, a prestigious honor that awards their “meritorious efforts to advance science or its applications,” according to the AAAS. The brainy Yalies will join the other 695 honorees at the AAAS annual meeting this February and will be […]

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Cole ’07 in running to become America’s favorite rower

Olympic rower Charlie Cole ’07 is more accustomed to winning awards by plunging his oar into the water than by online voting. But the talented athlete, who won the bronze medal in the men’s four at the 2012 London Olympics, is in the running to become USRowing’s Fan’s Choice Award “National Team Rower of the […]