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How One Athlete is Changing Lives Through Fitness

Most people extend their arms to the upper bars of the subway to steady themselves as the train starts and stops along its tracks. Andia Winslow… 1,519 more words


Creating a Malaria Test for Ancient Human Remains

Ancient malaria patients, the anthropologist will see you now.

A Yale University scientist has developed a promising new method to identify malaria in the bone marrow of ancient human remains. 606 more words

Charitable Intent Planning

Con Edison Athlete of the Week James Nicholas

Name: James Nicholas

School: Scarsdale

Class: Senior

Sport: Ice hockey

Athletic accomplishment: Nicholas, a 2014-15 All-State first team forward, led Section 1 in points this hockey season, finishing with 51 goals and 35 assists. 526 more words


Michigan State's child geniuses

Where are they now? MSU’s child geniuses found

By The State News


Walking on campus for the first time in 1977, Kam Hunter was a bit shorter than the rest of the freshman class. 729 more words

Misbehavin' in New Haven

5/1/2011 – Posters plastered across Tufts’ campus bear the slogan: “Consent: It’s never too late to get it or take it away.” But at Yale this year, fraternity brothers wandered around chanting crudely, “No means yes! 713 more words

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Environmental Costs of High-Density Cattle Farming

by Sarah Whitney

A dramatic increase in the density of United State’s dairy farms has created a cause for concern across the nation. The number of cattle per farm has jumped from 1000 to more than 15,000 cows. 402 more words

Agriculture And Climate Change

Harvard, Yale To Play Tiebreaker For NCAA Berth

CAMBRIDGE (AP) — The tie was, in fact, so one-sided that The Harvard Crimson declared victory.

“Harvard Beats Yale 29-29,” the school newspaper trumpeted, and few Yalies would disagree that, despite the score, they lost the 1968 football season finale. 692 more words