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Yale Medicine
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A selected collection of Internal Medicine conferences and grand rounds from the Yale Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program hosted at Waterbury Hospital, Yale-New Haven Hospital, and the Yale School of Medicine.
 
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Yale University Press Podcast
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The Yale University Press Podcast is a series of in-depth conversations with experts and authors on a range of topics including politics, history, science, art, and more for those who are intellectually curious. Michael Hoak hosts with Jessica Holahan discussing all things art and architecture and occasional appearances by Yale University Press director John Donatich.
 
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Yale University
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Yale University netcasts are now available through Yale University’s new site on iTunes U. Users will be able to subscribe to specific Yale University series based on subjects of interest, such as Arts and Architecture, Business and Management, Environment, and Music. Please listen to the netcast entitled, “Yale University on iTunes U” for more information.
 
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Yale GradCast
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A podcast on graduate student life from the Yale Graduate Student Assembly.
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Lives of the Most Excellent Artists, Curators, Critics and more, like Vasari’s book updated
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Lives of the Most Excellent Artists, Curators, Critics and more, like Vasari’s book updated
 
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"Spinning It" with Yale Vannoy
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Every week I'll "Spin It" with a Quarterback, former athlete, coach, member of the media, friends, & family about how football has positively impacted their life!
 
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Yale Cancer Center Answers
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Yale Cancer Center Answers
 
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S@Y: Science at Yale
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S@Y: Science at Yale aims to teach those within and outside of the Yale community about both the fundamentals of science and how research is used to unveil those basic truths. Through article presentation, discussion, and interviews, the show provides a multidimensional treatment of science that helps one to understand both new findings and the research behind them. Hosts: Sudhakar Nuti, Salvador Fernandez, Mario Felix Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/ScienceAtYale Facebook: https://www.faceb ...
 
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Yale Program in the History of the Book
 
The Yale Program in the History of the Book brings together scholars across disciplines to explore the materiality of the written word over time and across cultures. A collaboration between Yale’s Department of English and Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, it offers seminar meetings for the Yale community and a series of public lectures by speakers across the field of book history. We also host a symposium each fall.
 
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Tutorials from the Yale Medical Library
 
Video tutorials on the use of resources, services, and research tools available at the Cushing / Whitney Medical Library of Yale University.
 
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Climate Connections
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Yale Climate Connections takes a solutions-based approach to climate change and its impacts, with a focus on actions being taken by individuals and entities to help reduce associated risks.
 
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Yale Faith & Action - Rooted
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This is a podcast of the weekly leadership lecture series for Yale Faith and Action, an undergraduate organization which seeks to develop Christian leaders and promote the Christian faith at Yale College.
 
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TRASH Radio WYBC Yale Radio
 
//The show will be a curration of discarded sounds and noises with experiments in the exploration of the ecology of the radio and sound// //Radio will be used both as the instrument of broadcast and as the instrument of composition// //Oral histories will also be broadcast along with old radio and commercial content to both simultaneously dislocate and recontextualized the experience of radio// //The goal of this show will not only consist of continual pleasure as many have dimonstrated the ...
 
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HIST 119: The Civil War and Reconstruction Era, 1845-1877
 
Professor David Blight. Open Yale Courses. The causes, course, and consequences of the American Civil War, from the 1840s to 1877. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
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African-American History Month with the University Presses
 
A series of interviews with authors of books on African American History that have been published by several University Presses.
 
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The Design Of Business | The Business of Design
 
Jessica Helfand and Michael Bierut explore how design works within complex organizations to shape decisions, ideas, products, and more. Guests include clients from many industries and designers in many fields. Recorded at the Yale School of Management.
 
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HIST 119: The Civil War and Reconstruction Era, 1845-1877
 
Professor David Blight. Open Yale Courses. The causes, course, and consequences of the American Civil War, from the 1840s to 1877. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
 
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Without a Peer
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Without a Peer is IN YOUR EAR!
 
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Criscuolo Park
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Learn about the history of this site, hear about the Carr Bridge, a lobsterman takes us on his boat, and we go out to get some oysters.
 
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Canary Database Reports
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Dr. Peter Rabinowitz and Daniel Chudnov from the Yale School of Medicine discuss the Canary Database, a resource for anyone studying animal sentinels and human health.
 
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Habitations
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Habitations is the podcast of Sage Magazine, the environmental journalism and arts publication at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. It explores the relationships between humans and the places that they inhabit, through interviews and narrative pieces.
 
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CCBB: Dr. Bernard Beitman, MD
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BERNARD BEITMAN, MD is the first psychiatrist since Carl Jung to systematize the study of coincidences. He developed the first valid scale to measure coincidence sensitivity, and has written several coincidence articles for Psychiatric Annals. The author or editor of 16 professional books, he is a visiting professor at the University of Virginia, attended Yale Medical School and completed a psychiatric residency at Stanford.
 
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The Octopod
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The Octopod brings issues within and beyond Yale-NUS that we care about, straight to your earpods.
 
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The Design Of Business | The Business of Design
 
Jessica Helfand and Michael Bierut explore how design works within complex organizations to shape decisions, ideas, products, and more. Guests include clients from many industries and designers in many fields. Recorded at the Yale School of Management.
 
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Dr. Ben Carson's Common Sense Prescription for America
 
Dr. Carson holds more than 60 honorary doctorate degrees. He is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, the Horatio Alger Society of Distinguished Americans, and many other prestigious organizations. He sits on the board of directors of numerous organizations, including Kellogg Company, Costco Wholesale Corporation, the Academy of Achievement, and is an Emeritus Fellow of the Yale Corporation, the governing body of Yale University. He was appointed in 2004 by President Georg ...
 
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China machoni mwetu
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Mambo wanayofanya wachina katika maisha ya kila siku, yanayohusu wachina wa kawaida, na yale yanayofuatiliwa na watu wa kawaida katika jamii.
 
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SaloveyQuest
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Yale President Peter Salovey. His gasoline-powered time machine. Many poor choices. Need we say more?
 
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Herald Audio
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Stories and sounds by radio-makers at Yale University, past and present.
 
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SaloveyQuest
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Yale President Peter Salovey. His gasoline-powered time machine. Many poor choices. Need we say more?
 
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Undergraduate Admissions
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In the Spring Semester of 2017, 15 Yale students decided to make a podcast—after all, the only thing Yale students enjoy more than hearing themselves talk is making the entire Internet hear them talk. The podcast was a class project for English 471, taught by Mark Oppenheimer, but soon became a labor of love that transcended traditional academic activities.It’s a podcast full of Yale stories. It’s not just about the privileged lives of some elitist undergrads—though you’ll inevitably hear a ...
 
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Startups 4 Good
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A podcast exploring the intersection of high-growth ventures with impact investing and social entrepreneurship. If you believe that startups can be a force for good, or want to learn more about For Benefit or B Corporations in action, this is the show for you. Guests include entrepreneurs and founders of high-growth purpose-driven ventures, their investors and VCs and other thinkers and doers. Your host is serial entrepreneur, angel investor and Lecturer at Yale School of Management, Miles L ...
 
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Inca Lands by BINGHAM, Hiram
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Prof. Hiram Bingham of Yale Makes the Greatest Archaeological Discovery of the Age by Locating and Excavating Ruins of Machu Picchu on a Peak in the Andes of Peru.There is nothing new under the sun, they say. That is only relatively true. Just now, when we thought there was practically no portion of the earth's surface still unknown, when the discovery of a single lake or mountain, or the charting of a remote strip of coast line was enough to give a man fame as an explorer, one member of the ...
 
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Startups 4 Good
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A podcast exploring the intersection of high-growth ventures with impact investing and social entrepreneurship. If you believe that startups can be a force for good, or want to learn more about For Benefit or B Corporations in action, this is the show for you. Guests include entrepreneurs and founders of high-growth purpose-driven ventures, their investors and VCs and other thinkers and doers. Your host is serial entrepreneur, angel investor and Lecturer at Yale School of Management, Miles L ...
 
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American Reason
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Matt and Yale discuss and debate the stories of the week in an honest, open and respectful fashion.
 
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It's Your Money
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You don't need to know everything if you have a coach teaching you the few right things! Hosted by Paul Nichols, It’s Your Money (IYM) is a weekly financial radio show that pulls back the curtain on the financial services industry, exposing the truth about money and investing. The goal of the show is to educate people about how Wall Street and its firms operate. With all of the misinformation in the financial industry today, this show offers a refreshing and simple explanation of how to inve ...
 
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Connecting with Coincidence
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DR. BERNARD BEITMAN, MD, author Connecting with Coincidence: The New Science for Using Synchronicity and Serendipity in Your Life, is the first psychiatrist since Carl Jung to attempt to systematize the study of coincidences. He is a Visiting Professor at the University of Virginia and former Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He attended Yale Medical School and completed a psychiatric residency at Stanford. Dr. Beitman has received two national awa ...
 
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Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg
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Welcome to “Wealth Strategy” with Bryan Rigg. Bryan is a celebrated Yale graduate, adding a PhD from Cambridge, a former officer in the Marine Corps, a man of profound integrity and honor, and your wealth professor.
 
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Politic Podcast
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The only podcast series about the race for Ward One Alder in New Haven, Connecticut -- the election that's sweeping the Yale University campus and knocking on your doors whether you like it or not.Brought to you by The Politic, Yale’s political journal since 1947. Hosted by Maddie Colbert, Anthony Kayruz, and Simone Seiver. Produced by Phoebe Petrovic. Music performed by Michael Mei. Studio courtesy of WYBCx.
 
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ASOR
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The American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) is a non-profit 501 (c)3 organization that supports and encourages the study of the cultures and history of the Near East, from the earliest times to the present. ASOR is apolitical and has no religious affiliation.We were founded in 1900 by twenty one institutions—including Harvard, Princeton, Yale, and Columbia. Over a century later, ASOR has more than 90 consortium institutions, including universities, seminaries, museums, foundations, and ...
 
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Trash Vol.1
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This is volume 1 of Cris Shirley's WYBC Yale Radio Show titled Trash. A noise and associates show. Ze makes sound paintings with the shortwave radio, then plays music/noise they ze associates with those sounds. Some really interesting results along with some amazing tunes are played.
 
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Unseen Footage
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Unseen Footage is hosted by David Armstrong, who watched all the best movies as a kid, and Claire Yale, who didn't. Each episode, David has Claire watch a movie and through her grownup-minded questions, attempts to convince her just how great the movie was and still is. Every month, a new movie, a new discussion!
 
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Experimenter: Meet the Filmmaker
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Join actor Peter Sarsgaard for a discussion and Q&A about Experimenter. The film centers on an infamous 1961 Yale experiment run by psychology professor Stanley Milgram (Sarsgaard). Testing the limits of authority and conformity, Milgram told subjects to deliver painful electric shocks to a stranger strapped into a chair in another room—with chilling results.
 
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Miami Skin Institute
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Dr. Jegasothy is a Board-Certified Dermatologist with degrees from Harvard and Yale Universities with a boutique Aesthetic Dermatology practice in Coral Gables. Dr. Jegasothy is an expert in Botox Cosmetic® injections, as evidenced by her role as a national Botox Cosmetic® trainer over a decade ago. Dr. Jegasothy is widely considered one of the best and most precise filler injectors in the nation, as she was a master Sculptra® trainer and consulted for the president of Dermik Aesthetics® dur ...
 
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Lynn Singer
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Lynn Singer was born with a special voice and an ear for spoken language. For over thirty years, she has helped people find their voice. She taught acting, speech and voice at Yale, NYU, The New School, Circle in the Square, The Actors and Directors Lab, the Gene Frankel Theater and at the T. Schreiber Studio in New York City.
 
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Portraiture as Interaction: The Spaces and Interfaces of the British Portrait
 
Recent scholarship on portraiture has become increasingly interested in its status as an interactive art form. Portraits often depict or invite an interactive relationship between sitters and spectators. In this conference, co-organized with the Yale Center for British Art, speakers explore this topic in relationship to British portraiture, of which The Huntington has an especially rich collection.
 
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Elm City Podcast
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City Atlas is a new project about the future of New Haven. We feature and promote the sustainability goals of New Haven and Yale, and help connect members of the Yale community to the city's new initiatives and civic organizations. We aim to strengthen the ties between social justice, sustainability, and community building.City Atlas: New Haven is modeled on City Atlas: New York (newyork.thecityatlas.org). City Atlas: New Haven is the beginning of a network of sites in partnership with unive ...
 
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Health, A by PINKNEY, Edward Coote
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LibriVox volunteers bring you 9 recordings of A Health by Edward Coote Pinkney. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for February 19, 2012. Edward Coote Pinkney was an American poet, lawyer, sailor, professor, and editor. Born in London in 1802, Pinkney made his way to Maryland. After attending college, he joined the United States Navy and traveled throughout the Mediterranean and elsewhere. He then attempted a law career but was unsuccessful and attempted to join the Mexican army, though ...
 
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Explorer in the Air Service, An by BINGHAM, Hiram
 
Explorer Hiram Bingham discovered Machu Picchu in 1911, as recounted in his book Inca Lands, now released on Librivox at http://librivox.org/inca-lands-by-hiram-bingham/. In 1917, he became an aviator and organized the United States Schools of Military Aeronautics at eight universities to provide ground school training for aviation cadets, and then in Issoudun, France, Bingham commanded the primary Air Service flying school. He became a supporter of the Air Service in their post-war quest fo ...
 
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Grandma's Prayer by FIELD, Eugene
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LibriVox volunteers bring you 14 recordings of Grandma's Prayer by Eugene Field . This was the Weekly Poetry project for September 4, 2011. Eugene Field, Sr. was an American writer, best known for his children's poetry and humorous essays. He first started publishing poetry in 1879, when his poem "Christmas Treasures" appeared in A Little Book of Western Verse. Over a dozen volumes of poetry followed and he became well known for his light-hearted poems for children, perhaps the most famous o ...
 
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Richard D. Brown’s new book Self-Evident Truths: Contesting Equal Rights form the Revolution to the Civil War (Yale University Press, 2017) offers a deft examination of the idea enshrined in the Declaration of Independence that “All men are created equal”…
 
Here’s the Ithaca Minute from 14850 Today for February 7th. Most area school districts are closed on Wednesday, and several made the call on Tuesday night. Drew from Finger Lakes Weather says, “Snow should quickly spread from west to east across the Finger Lakes between 7-9 am on Wednesday.” TCAT says Schuyler County Transit Route 6 with Tompki ...…
 
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Live from Studio 5 on AMI-audio
 
Committee chair Marcia Yale explains how to apply for scholarships from the Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians. From the February 7, 2018 episode.By feedback@ami.ca (Accessible Media Inc).
 
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Live from Studio 5 on AMI-audio
 
Marcia Yale explains how to apply for scholarships from the Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians. Producer Kevin Philipupillai previews a National Post article about newly discovered ruins from the ancient Mayan civilization. Our Sudbury community reporter Guy Carriere tells us about an upcoming Dining in the Dark event. Tech expert Mike Ag ...…
 
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The Morning Stream
 
Drunk Fishing is still fishing. I got curry in my eyes! Baldness cure is here! Doritos are controversial! Yale students say wait, let me take a selfie. Making things with Bill! Jury Duty and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.
 
On Wednesday, Jan. 31, host Tom Breen introduced a screening of Fritz Lang's 1931 crime thriller M at the Whitney Humanities Center at Yale as part of the Treasures from the Yale Film Archives series. Today's episode features a recording of that introduction, as well as a few thoughts on the enduring appeal of this masterpiece of world cinema.…
 
Our podcast guest is Dr. Harvey Kliman, MD, PhD. Listen as Chris Duffy visits with him about his research of the placenta and pregnancy outcomes. Harvey Kliman, MD, PhD, is a Research Scientist in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences and the Director of the Reproductive and Placental Research Unit at Yale. His clinic ...…
 
Russia in Flames: War, Revolution, Civil War, 1914-1921 (Oxford University Press, 2017) is a masterful account of the Russian revolutionary era by Laura Engelstein, Professor Emerita at Yale University. Spanning the pre-revolutionary period immediately prior the First World War…
 
Russia in Flames: War, Revolution, Civil War, 1914-1921 (Oxford University Press, 2017) is a masterful account of the Russian revolutionary era by Laura Engelstein, Professor Emerita at Yale University. Spanning the pre-revolutionary period immediately prior the First World War…
 
As her team ends a 20-day layoff for first-semester exams, Princeton women's basketball head coach Courtney Banghart talks about the return at Yale and Brown, the off-court part of student life and the PA announcer for the game in New Haven.
 
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THE MILO SHOW
 
MILO explains his hopes for tonight's State of the Union, discusses the depressing news that fraternities in Yale are now allowing women in, and justifies why we must defend frats at all costs. MILO also talks about Laura Loomer's latest video exposing Mandalay Bay's security faults.
 
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THE MILO SHOW
 
MILO explains his hopes for tonight's State of the Union, discusses the depressing news that fraternities in Yale are now allowing women in, and justifies why we must defend frats at all costs. MILO also talks about Laura Loomer's latest video exposing Mandalay Bay's security faults.
 
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THE MILO SHOW
 
MILO explains his hopes for tonight's State of the Union, discusses the depressing news that fraternities in Yale are now allowing women in, and justifies why we must defend frats at all costs. MILO also talks about Laura Loomer's latest video exposing Mandalay Bay's security faults.
 
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THE MILO SHOW
 
MILO explains his hopes for tonight's State of the Union, discusses the depressing news that fraternities in Yale are now allowing women in, and justifies why we must defend frats at all costs. MILO also talks about Laura Loomer's latest video exposing Mandalay Bay's security faults.
 
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THE MILO SHOW
 
MILO explains his hopes for tonight's State of the Union, discusses the depressing news that fraternities in Yale are now allowing women in, and justifies why we must defend frats at all costs. MILO also talks about Laura Loomer's latest video exposing Mandalay Bay's security faults.
 
Last week, Mike sparked lots of conversation with his post about rethinking the marketplace of ideas without losing sight of the importance of the fundamental principles of free speech. Naturally, there's plenty more to discuss on that topic, so this week we're joined by Buzzfeed general counsel Nabiha Syed — whose recent article in the Yale La ...…
 
Chef Spike Gjerde is joined by the legendary Alice Waters on a special episode of ORIGINS. Alice Waters is a chef, author, food activist, and the founder and owner of Chez Panisse Restaurant in Berkeley, California. She has been a champion of local sustainable agriculture for over four decades. In 1995 she founded the Edible Schoolyard Project, ...…
 
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Stand Up For The Truth
 
Liberals have successfully painted themselves as champions for human rights, yet they overwhelmingly continue to support the murder of innocent children in the womb. Somehow, some way they have successfully dismissed the life of an innocent child as something less than a human right. And sadly a majority of Americans and even professing Christi ...…
 
Being fearless differs for different people. Dr. Terrlyn invites us to see the fearlessness is learning to trust again after being hurt as equal to the fearlessness it takes to start a business or change jobs. It becomes clear that the one who is fearless is the one has the courage to step into the unknown and is willing to risk being uncomfort ...…
 
Fox weather reporter Janice Dean smacks internet troll back into their mom's basement, Car insurance company busted fro quoting higher rates to people with Hotmail email addresses, Student activists at Yale want fraternities to accept women
 
Lesléa Newman is the author of 70 books for readers of all ages, including A Letter to Harvey Milk; October Mourning: A Song for Matthew Shepard; I Carry My Mother; The Boy Who Cried Fabulous; Ketzel, the Cat Who Composed; and Heather Has Two Mommies. Lesléa just released a new book of poetry titled Lovely. She has received many literary awards ...…
 
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This Week in America with Ric Bratton
 
Raise Capital on Your Own Terms: How to Fund Your Business without Selling Your Soul by Jenny KassanFund and Fuel Your Dreams!You're an entrepreneur with a great idea. But your business needs money. So, do you max out your credit cards, borrow from friends and family, and do everything yourself? Or do you make a devil's bargain with some ventur ...…
 
Janice Shade, Invest in Vermont, Milk Money - https://www.milkmoneyvt.com/ Janice Shade firmly believes that you have more investment options than many people are aware of and that crowdfunding is the wave of the future. Listen to this episode, as Kathleen interviews Janice about how you can invest in small, local businesses and see a return on ...…
 
Paleoanthropologist Rick Potts heads the Smithsonian’s Human Origins Program and holds the Peter Buck Chair in Human Origins at the National Museum of Natural History. Since joining the Smithsonian in 1985, Rick has dedicated his research to piecing together the record of Earth’s environmental change and human adaptation. His ideas on how human ...…
 
I am a Christian because of Jesus. Jesus is the most compelling and influential person who ever lived. His claims, His life, and His impact set Him apart from everyone else. .fusion-accordian #accordion-15427-3 .panel-title a .fa-fusion-box{ color: #ffffff;}.fusion-accordian #accordion-15427-3 .panel-title a .fa-fusion-box:before{ font-size: 13 ...…
 
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Bio2040 - Bottlenecks & Future of Healthcare & Drug Discovery
 
Sarah Constantin is a mathematician & data scientist with a PhD from Yale. We discover how computer vision and machine learning can be used to do drug discovery what the biggest challenges in today's cancer research with potential solutions
 
On the first segment of today’s show, host Tom Breen is joined by New Haven film critic and lecturer Steve Fortes to talk about the history of African American cinema. In the early 1990s, Steve taught two seminars at Yale University about the history of African American film and television. On today’s show we’ll talk with Steve about the films ...…
 
Amanda Stauffer is a graduate of Yale and Columbia Universities who works as an architectural conservator, restoring historic landmarks across the country. When she grew frustrated with New York City’s dating scene, Amanda headed to match.com. Her experiences provided her with a lifetime of warm and fuzzy memories, a few friends, and an abundan ...…
 
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Amazing Race 30 Recaps on Reality TV RHAPups
 
Amazing Race 30 Episode 3 Recap Podcast Rob Cesternino is joined by Jessica Liese and Mike Bloom to recap Episode 3 of The Amazing Race 30. A Night of Many “Why Would You Do That?” Exclamations While Jessica Liese would not stop to watch a feral cat, they were all amazed with how teams completely changed positions throughout this non-eliminatio ...…
 
Mondo Duplantis opens his indoor track season with a new world junior record, and the team previews all of the loaded races at the VA Showcase.
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Jeff Dolven teaches poetry and poetics at Princeton University. He is the author of two books of criticism, Senses of Style (2018) and Scenes of Instruction (2007), as well as the hasty Take Care (2017), and essays on a variety of subjects, including Renaissance metrics, Edmund Spenser, Shakespeare’s reading, Fairfield Porter, and player pianos ...…
 
Hill Health Center CEO Michael Taylor and Fair Haven Health Center CEO Suzanne Lagarde discuss the proposed new primary care center they're hoping to build and operate with Yale-New Haven Hospital.
 
How many of us see something and then realize there is soooo much more to what we are looking at? Yale University Medical School started several years ago bringing their 1st year Med students to their Art Museum to improve their Visual Diagnostic Abilities (see article here: https://goo.gl/ZcjA6C). Dr Rubin has started that in one of his classe ...…
 
Natalie Baxter is a New York-based artist whose sewn sculptures explore concepts of place identity, nostalgia and gender stereotypes. She creates soft sculptures that playfully pushes controversial political issues. Natalie received her MFA from the University of Kentucky in 2012 and her BA in Fine Arts from the University of the South in TN in ...…
 
The Nest x Yale Lock emerges, starts shipping in March.
 
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Planet Earth...What's Happening
 
Introducing a segment called "Opinions may vary". Stanley Milgrim was an American social psychologist, best known for his controversial experiment on obedience conducted in the 1960s during his professorship at Yale. Milgram was influenced by the events of the Holocaust, especially the trial of Adolf Eichmann, in developing the experiment.…
 
In this episode:Medical News (00:51) – The science behind sweating blood (Canadian Medical Association Journal), Study on push-ups and sit-ups prolonging life (University of Sydney)Preventative Medicine Tip of the Day (8:10) – Recommended Hepatitis C Screenings (The United States Preventative Screening Task Force https://www.uspreventiveservice ...…
 
Dr Mary O'Connor, chair of the Movement is Life Caucus and the inaugural director of the Center for Musculoskeletal Care at Yale-New Haven Health, discusses a new report about arthritis in America as well as how health care providers can overcome barriers to reducing the burden of arthritis.
 
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