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Temple St. sees boom

For the past 20 years, the sidewalk of Temple Street between College and George streets was lined with darkened windows and the faded facade of […]

Dwight Hall sets 2004’s new agenda

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. By the end of their college careers, 80 percent of Yale College seniors […]

City looks to clean up air

New Haven currently rates in the lowest 20th percentile on nationwide emissions standards, but because of the recent work of the New Haven Community Clean […]

Talk links war, media

In front of a packed audience at Luce Hall, a distinguished group of journalists and military officials discussed the relationship between the military and the […]

N. Iraqi health minister discusses polio

When it comes to dealing with a global epidemic, humanitarian aid can be limited by special interests, but the viruses it combats are often blind […]

Activists use art to showcase effects of globalization

Depicting allegorical insects, which represent corporations and animals as the victims of expanding industry, the Beehive Design Collective presented their ideas about globalization and world […]

International eating champion devours Doodle Burger contest

He has eaten 21 cannoli in six minutes. Devoured a 76 ounce steak in 20 minutes. Left other contestants in the dust at Nathan’s Famous […]

Striffler relates migrant experience

Speaking of his experiences working at a Tyson Foods plant, University of Arkansas anthropology professor Steve Striffler gave a firsthand account of Mexican migrant life […]