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U.S. Gay Couple Sues, Discrimination’s in the Market

Ileana Alvarez-Diaz

September 19, 2012

Filed under Global News, U.S. News

In Massachusetts, where the Pilgrims flourished, discrimination rears its ugly head yet again. Married gay couple, James Fairbanks and Alain Beret sued a Roman Catholic diocese for refusing to sell them a mansion because church...

Liberals and Conservatives: Different Neurology

Ana Abraham

September 12, 2012

Filed under Global News, Science, U.S. News

There has always been a serious polarization among Americans on the two ends of the political spectrum. Whether the issue being debated is marriage equality, health care, tax reforms or literally thousands of other issues, liberals...

UNH Student Q&A on the Republican National Convention

Jessica Pena

September 12, 2012

Filed under Campus News and Events, U.S. News, University of New Haven, West Haven News

Dramatic, thrilling, suspenseful and Clint Eastwood are a few of the things that could be said about this year’s Republican National Convention (RNC). The convention was hosted in Tampa, Fla., and it was a party. Tampa welcomed...

Euro’s Collapse Could Bring Crisis for American Economy

Liana Teixeira

September 12, 2012

Filed under Global News, U.S. News, West Haven News

For about 13 years, millions of Europeans in 23 countries have shared a common currency—the euro. Since the euro launched in January 1999, 17 of the 27 members of the European Union (EU) have adopted it as their official currency....

Sun Erupts with a Light Bulb-Shaped Solar Storm

Patricia Oprea

September 12, 2012

Filed under Global News, Science, U.S. News

Used to counter dim lighting situations, the average light bulb seems like a pretty self-explanatory invention—until it comes from the sun, that is. On Aug. 20, the SOHO (Solar and Heliophelic Observatory) spacecraft captured a glowing eruption, distinctly shaped like a light bulb, from the star at the c...

Stem Cell Research Funding Upheld

Amy Reidy

September 12, 2012

Filed under Global News, Science, U.S. News

The court system in the United States of America is meant to keep both laws and challenges made regarding laws in check. That is exactly what was done regarding embryonic stem cell (ESC) research. Complaints filed in a lower court...

President Obama: Beer Connoisseur

Ana Abraham

September 12, 2012

Filed under Global News, U.S. News

First Lady Michelle Obama tends to the first-ever beehive on the White House’s South Lawn, and White House chef Sam Kass recently released where some of the honey is going. President Obama is a novice beer maker, and honey is...

Up to 10,000 Yosemite Visitors at Risk of Mouse-Borne Virus

Kerri Zbodula

September 12, 2012

Filed under Global News, U.S. News

In Fresno, Calif., up to 10,000 guests who stayed in certain log cabins may have been exposed to a deadly mouse-born hantavirus at Yosemite National Park. So far, six people have been infected, and two of them have died. The illness begins with flu-like symptoms that can take up to six weeks to incubate b...

Florida’s First Female Quarterback

Elissa Sanci

September 12, 2012

Filed under National Sports, Sports, U.S. News

Erin DiMeglio is unlike any girl in Florida. When she’s not at home doing chores, at school in class or babysitting, she is playing football as the only female quarterback on an all-male football team in Florida. Although...

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