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A sprinkler outside of Celentano Hall, Sept. 1, 2022, West Haven.

Our sprinklers are not contributing to the conservation of water during a state-wide drought

Julianna Pegnataro, Contributing Writer September 14, 2022

During the first week of classes, many students, including myself, noticed peculiar changes that were made across campus. Due to the abnormally dry weather and little rain recently in Connecticut, grass...

Drought-Driven Food Costs May Damp Consumer Sentiment

Sara J Dufort September 5, 2012

Due to the severe drought that has affected the Midwest, food costs are expected to rise for the next nine months. The drought, which is the worst in decades, has already destroyed more than half of...

Kenya’s elephants dying amid drought

Maideline Sanchez September 9, 2009

From the Associated Press NAIROBI, Kenya – A drought in Kenya has gotten so bad that it is felling even the giants of the animal kingdom — the country's famed elephants which are dying as rivers...

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