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.
Neuroscience of love explored
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, a Yale study published on Feb. 12 investigated the brain regions that may help us wish others well.
State moves to legislate fracking
A number of Connecticut Environmental groups and legislators have begun to craft fracking waste legislation that may come before the legislature in the next couple weeks.
Groups fundamental to human psychology
A new computer model created by Yale psychologists suggests that the main factors for group formation include transitivity and reciprocity.
Montessori school founded
This fall, New Haven parents will have the option to send their children to a new type of elementary school —a Montessori School.