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Review: The Whale

Review: The Whale

I arrived at the theater a little early. There were good seats left at the front, and the crowd – an older, calmer population than I am used to – was chatting and milling about contentedly. I expected this to …

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Activism, Ecosystems, Oceans

Seemingly harmless shipwrecks may be leaching oil and other hazardous materials into marine environments. Photo: Ben Goldfarb

OP-ED: European Union Must Strengthen Laws for Shipwreck Cleanup

Adele Faure and Anthony Moffa are J.D. candidates at Yale Law School, and Sandy Aylesworth and Ben Goldfarb are Master’s candidates at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. As part of Yale’s Environmental Protection Clinic, the students are

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A Dandy in the Woods: photos from the Yale archives

A Dandy in the Woods: photos from the Yale archives

He is alone amongst the trees.  Obscured by them.  A solitary well-buffed young man.  A forester.  A Yalie.  
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Culture, Reviews

Review: Big Boys Gone Bananas!*

Review: Big Boys Gone Bananas!*

Big Boys Gone Bananas!* documents the year-long battle between film director Fredrik Gertten and the crushing public relations and legal force of Dole Food Company.

“If you have mighty enemies, then you need many friends,” said Gertten when introduced to …

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Review: The Last Mountain

Review: The Last Mountain

The Last Mountain, Bill Haney’s piercing new documentary about coal mining in the Appalachians, features enough explosions to make Michael Bay blush. In shot after shot, violent plumes of rubble erupt skyward from the side of denuded mountains, leaving …

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Volume VI

Volume VI

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