Mohammad Salhut
Contributing Reporter
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Road race commemorates 9/11

Normally a day for New Haven running enthusiasts to simply enjoy the city courses, this year’s New Haven Road Race was tempered by a solemn […]

Cannadine talks Churchill’s secret artistry

Renowned British politician Winston Churchill had a relaxing pastime that few know about — painting. David Cannadine, the Whitney J. Oates Research Scholar and Lecturer […]

LGBT activist talks challenges in Kenya

In Kenya, even some health workers who provide services to men who have sex with men are homophobic, LGBT activist Rachel Mandel said. Mandel, a […]

Painter Vickrey ’47 dies

Robert Vickrey ’47 BFA ’50, a renowned painter of magic realism, has died in his home in Naples, Florida, the New York Times reported. Vickrey […]

Yale prof wins NASA, federal funding

Professor of ecosystem ecology Peter Raymond is the principal investigator on a research project that has gained approximately $500,000 in total funding from NASA and […]

Perle talks Middle East

Richard Perle, chairman of the Defense Policy Board Advisory Committee during the Bush administration, criticized the United States’ minimal involvement in recent conflicts in the […]

Expert talks on rebuilding Japan

Japan has a lot of rebuilding to do after being struck by a 8.9 magnitude earthquake, but expert Kotaro Tamura believes the task can be […]

Jaramillo talks rainforests, oil

  The rain forests are disappearing, former oil industry employee Carlos Jaramillo says. In front of an audience of around 60 graduate students, postdoctoral associates […]

Laborers protest working conditions

A group of migrant farm workers who claim they worked in near-slavery conditions are demanding justice — and they may soon get it. Four former […]

DeLauro announces grants for New Haven families

Families in the Elm City who were hit hard by the recent economic recession will be receiving federal aid to get back on their feet. […]