New Haven, CT--Volume XXIX, Number 1--Jan. 14, 2000
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Putting the green back in New Haven
By Julie O'Connor

Student entrepreneurs know that New York isn't the only city with a Wall Street—in this week's cover story.

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Also: Are dining halls responsive? Check out the new Opinion faceoff online or on page 9 of the print edition!
 
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Yale makes cyber-strides for visually impaired Elis
By Justin Chen

The blind-inaccessible official Olympics website prompts a closer examination of computer use by the visually impaired—in this week's exclusive.

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Weekly Wisdom
"The dining halls' blatant manipulation smacks of some Communist regime."
—Zoë Konovalov, in Opinion



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In News



A founder's out of Place
Toad's former head sues the club over ownership.
In A&E



Crusaders
After a tough loss to Cornell on Sat., Sept. 23, football regroups for this weekend's game against Holy Cross.
In Sports



Weather
FRI: Sunny, low 60s
SAT: Partly cloudy, high 60s
SUN: Partly cloudy, high 60s




 

 


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