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Culture, Reviews

The final 'dream' scene in Eating Alabama

Review: Eating Alabama

A shaggy haired man perches in a little wooden shack, camouflaged head to toe, arms cradling a rifle and eyes watching for deer. Trepidatiously, he loads a shell and while his voiceover announces unassumingly, “I’ve never done this before.” And …

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At Yale

OP-ED:  Positive Environmentalism – An Open Letter to Faculty, Staff, Alumni and Students of FES

OP-ED: Positive Environmentalism – An Open Letter to Faculty, Staff, Alumni and Students of FES

Update: SAGE has published a response to this letter here.

Kim Jeffery, CEO of Nestlé Waters North America, sat comfortably on-stage. He had come to Burke Auditorium to discuss extended producer responsibility initiatives underway at his company.

During …

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Culture, Poetry

Other Creatures: A Poetic Tribute

Other Creatures: A Poetic Tribute

Have you ever been asked, “If you could be any animal in the world, which animal would you be?” This is a tribute to all of the animals that never get chosen.
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Culture

The 2012 Environmental Film Festival at Yale

The 2012 Environmental Film Festival at Yale

Reviews, red carpet interviews, news, and more from the world's largest student-run environmental film festival!
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Actions, Activism, Agriculture, Human Landscape

Cultivating Community

Cultivating Community

Amy Coplen presents stories from our frontline warriors in the battle to grow food and community - giving voice to New Haven's urban gardeners.
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Ecosystems, Wildlife

A pair of five month old cheetah cubs in Kenya. Photo by Mary Wykstra.

Fading Spots: A Mother’s Story

With only 13,000 cheetahs left in the wild, the future of the world's fastest land animal is far from secure. Mary Wykstra, Director of Action for Cheetahs in Kenya, tells the story of nearly a decade spent observing the life of a cheetah she calls "Mom."
by × April 4, 2012 × 3 comments