Children learn the danger of bugs

Everyone was a winner in a game of “toss the tick through the bull’s-eye rash” at the Peabody Museum of Natural History’s “Biodiversity Bites Back” day Thursday. Volunteers, researchers and educators at the event taught families about the prevention of and pathology behind Lyme disease, West Nile and other vector-borne illnesses by displaying live specimens, […]

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City sees business resurgence

It has been a good year for Yale University Properties. When Stop & Shop opened for business last Friday, it capped off a year of resurgence in business activity and heightened leasing interest in downtown New Haven and the city as a whole. Abigail Rider, the director of University Properties, said the recession led Yale’s […]

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Michel ’03 talks White House, speechwriting

Sometimes, prospective journalists can find real jobs after college. Yesterday, former News editor in chief Chris Michel ’03 gave a Morse master’s tea about writing President Bush’s speeches and, post-Oval Office, working with Bush on his recent memoir “Decision Points.” A packed Morse Master’s House — including some of Michel’s new friends from Yale Law […]

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