Mohammad Salhut
Contributing Reporter
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Letter to Professor Hill

My dear friend and esteemed professor, How sorry I am for the time that has passed since I last wrote. The country and world are […]

Hill gestures to his left while speaking at podium.
SALHUT: Fighting obedience with ideas

At Yale, just about every class teaches the obedience I resent, with the exception being “Great Big Ideas.”

Scientists pinpoint cause of high blood pressure

Yale scientists have discovered a new mechanism by which the body regulates blood pressure. A team of Yale scientists led by Lynn Boyden GRD ’01, […]

Link found between pneumonia and oral hygiene

Those who don’t brush their teeth regularly may be putting themselves at greater risk of contracting pneumonia. Samit Joshi, a postdoctoral fellow in infectious diseases […]

Studies contrast on hospital readmission

A Yale professor has rebutted a recent academic study finding that hospitals that treat more low-income patients tend to have higher readmission rates. Kaiser Health […]

Q+A: Backup quarterback John Whitelaw ’14

Seven games into the season, backup quarterback John Whitelaw ’14 learned that Patrick Witt ’12, Yale’s starting quarterback, might miss the Game to attend his […]

Independent candidates barred from checking votes

On Election Day tomorrow, some of mayoral candidate Jeffrey Kerekes’ supporters might argue that his campaign will face an underlying disadvantage in coordinating the day’s […]

Yalies, local professionals edit college essays

With help from Yale students and local residents, New Haven high school students may have a leg up going into this season’s college admissions cycle. […]

Revisiting Geoff Dunham ’12

The News sat down with free safety Geoff Dunham ’12 at the beginning of the 2011 football season to discuss his hopes for the Bulldogs. […]

Dawson: Jack of all trades

As a high school athlete, tennis player Kyle Dawson ’14 already had two older brothers’ Yale legacies to live up to. Brothers Jeff Dawson ’09 […]

U.S. attorney discusses cybercrime

David Fein spends his days hunting down cyber fraudsters. Fein, the U.S. attorney for the District of Connecticut, came to Yale to discuss the federal […]