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Sailing trio finishes third at Sloop Championship

Three Yale sailors took third place at the Intercollegiate Sailing Association’s North American Sloop Championship last weekend at the Balboa Yacht Club in Corona Del […]

W. bball is winless through four

The women’s basketball team has little to be thankful for after dropping to 0-4 against some tough opponents over the holiday break. The Bulldogs suffered […]

Seminar sheds light on stem cell research

While stem cell research is one of the hottest topics in current science news, it is also one of the least understood, Albert Kausch said […]

Sailing snatches third at ACCs

All-American skipper Stu McNay ’05 steered the coed sailing team to a third place finish at the Atlantic Coast Championships this weekend at MIT. The […]

Rotaract workshops focus on ways to healthier living

Students are kicking, dancing and eating their way to healthier life styles as a part of Health and Fitness Awareness Week, sponsored by Yale Rotaract […]

Study links gambling to abuse of substances

Scientific evidence has shown alcohol and gambling have a relationship that goes beyond Miller High Life’s sponsorship of the World Series of Poker. Yale researchers […]

Brownell examines obesity causes

Likening America’s food industry to the tobacco industry, psychology professor Kelly Brownell said “guerilla marketing” strategies for unhealthy foods are responsible for obesity in an […]

Ancient fossil gives clues to spider past

A team of scientists, including Yale geology professor Derek Briggs, has digitally reconstructed the fossil of Haliestes dasos, a 425 million-year-old “marine soothsayer with a […]

Research links nicotine receptors to depression

A Yale researcher was recently awarded a two-year, $100,000 grant for cheering up mice, but her research could bring similar effects to humans, too. The […]