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March 2012 | Volume 44 Number 4

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Pillow Talk

The recent debate over Sex Week stands in for the discussion no one’s having about educating—and sleeping with—the Facebook generation. Keep Reading

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Cheeseboy and the Golden Sandwiches

Cheeseboy is a young and rapidly expanding company that operates “quick-service restaurants” specializing in grilled cheese. It is also the nickname of the company’s cheese-crazy founder and president, Michael Inwald SOM ’10. Keep Reading

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Pressed Specimens

Botanists are currently engaged in the colossal task of preserving fragile, sometimes centuries-old leaves in online databases where scientists worldwide can access and analyze them. Keep Reading

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Getting Warmer

Robert Mendelsohn, a climate change economist at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, accuses scientists of being alarmist in their public statements about global warming. Keep Reading

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X-Cubed

Kanani Lee's lab studies a little-known layer near the planet’s core, about 1,800 miles beneath the surface and 257 times deeper than the deepest place on the ocean floor. Keep Reading

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Fear of Needles

New Haven proved that syringe exchange programs prevent the spread of HIV. Why won’t Congress pay for them? Keep Reading

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