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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.
by × April 12, 2012 × 0 comments

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!
by × April 8, 2012 × 0 comments

At Yale, Culture

Evolutionary War Hero: An Interview with Carl Zimmer

Evolutionary War Hero: An Interview with Carl Zimmer

Nearly 40% of Americans don't believe in evolution, and acknowledgment of anthropogenic climate change is equally spotty. Acclaimed author Carl Zimmer spoke with Sage about how science communicators can begin to reach creationists and climate deniers, why Einstein makes for a great magazine cover, and what to do when your work gets slandered on the Daily Show.
by × April 2, 2012 × 1 comment

Actions, Culture, Place

Could Doing Chores Save the World?

Could Doing Chores Save the World?

While laboring at a remote commune in the wilds of New Mexico, Emily Schosid learned what real sustainability means. And it's not at all what you'd expect.
by × March 28, 2012 × 5 comments

Fisheries, Multimedia

Hauling in the Sound

Hauling in the Sound

In the wake of continually declining lobster stocks in Connecticut, Tahria Sheather follows one of the state's few remaining full-time lobstermen, Mike Theiler, out for a day of hauling to explore what it's really like to be a lobsterman these days in Long Island Sound and capture what is fast becoming an endangered livelihood.
by × March 7, 2012 × 1 comment

Culture, Poetry, Uncategorized

Photo by Sarah Fedderman

Really Good Poems by Alanna Bailey

Visions from a drive through Plaquemines Parish.
by × September 26, 2011 × 1 comment