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Sandy Strikes

Elissa Sanci

November 7, 2012

She was mean. She was big. She was brutal. And she packed a punch of 90 mph winds, knocking down anything standing in her way. Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc up the East Coast, leaving destruction in her wake. Fortunately, the main campus of the University of New Haven was left mostly unscathed. Main...

World’s largest atom smasher breaks power record

Joshua Van Hoesen

November 30, 2009

From The Associated Press GENEVA - The world's largest atom smasher broke the world record for proton acceleration Monday, firing particle beams with 20 percent more power than the American lab that previously held the record. The power of the Large Hadron Collider's proton beams is essential to the proje...

Lead utility drops out of Big Stone II

Joshua Van Hoesen

September 12, 2009

From The Associated Press   MINNEAPOLIS – The utility leading an effort to build a $1.6 billion coal-fired power plant in South Dakota pulled out of the project Friday, citing the economic downturn and uncertainty about climate change legislation to regulate carbon emissions. The decisio...

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