Captain Phillips talks captivity
Captain Richard Phillips said one thing he learned when Somali pirates hijacked his boat is that nothing is lost until you give up or quit.
House opposes GMO bill
Just one day after a bill banning genetically modified grass seeds cleared the Connecticut State Senate, the same bill died in the House.
Connecticut fights GMOs
Yesterday, Connecticut continued its crusade against genetically modified organisms with the passage of a bill banning the sale or planting of grass seed that has been genetically modified.
Route 34 hits political traffic
While New Haven’s Community Development Committee met last week to discuss a redevelopment plan for Route 34, New Haven bikers, car owners and environmental activists held their breaths.
Bennack talks success
The secret to succeeding in business is not just hard work — diverse interests, the ability to work with others and a fair amount of luck matter too, according to Frank Bennack Jr.
Yale bridges food today and food past
Co-founder of the Yale Sustainable Food Project (YSFP), Alice Waters, along with Professor Paul Freedman led an event to view food related materials at the Beinecke.
Students organize environmental law conference
Students from Yale College, the graduate and professional schools and universities in the surrounding area gathered in Kroon Hall for the 4th annual New Directions in Environmental Law Conference.
Yalies face arrest in protest
On Saturday afternoon, a group of Yale students is planning to travel to Washington, D.C. to protest the Keystone XL pipeline alongside college students from across the country.
Petition would regulate wood smoke
Among car exhaust, factory fumes and coal-fired power plants, there is one source of air pollution that Connecticut residents know little about: emissions from residential wood smoke.