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NEW HAVEN - Eric M. Clemons, president and CEO of Connecticut Center for Arts and Technology - or ConnCAT - told graduates at Albertus Magnus College Sunday to consider two questions now that they have that "certified voice" that a college degree brings: "What is your calling?" and "What will be the impact you'll have on the world?"
Clemons, who grew up in the Norwalk area in a family rife with poverty, told the crowd that he doesn't even know how he got…

A Vigil Mass for the Administration, Faculty, Administrative Staff, the graduates, and their families followed by the Traditional Laurel Ceremony on the even...

Eleven graduating seniors were honored on Class Day with awards for their academic and athletic accomplishments and for their character.

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Class Day, a Yale College tradition, takes place on Old Campus on Sunday at 2:00 p.m., and includes the awarding of academic, artistic, and athletic prizes; ...

Take a look around you, if you live in or visit New Haven
Laura A. Macaluso notes the city's landscape is "saturated with sculpture, murals, monuments, grave markers, paintings, prints and installations of diverse messages and mediums."
Macaluso says each one of them "serves to create, support or extend city identity."
She counted and cataloged 447 works of public art for her book "The Public Artscape of New Haven: Themes in the Creation of a City Image" (McFarland & Co.).
And yet most…

Like many veterans and advocates of veterans health care, I am carefully following the conversation as to whether the VA should privatize its health care
And as a veteran, I am concerned
The U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation Wednesday that would allow more veterans to see doctors outside the Veterans Affairs system.
The bill, called the VA MISSION Act, would allow more veterans to use…

NEW HAVEN - As springtime begins in earnest, many residents in Connecticut have shelved their memories of the winter's nor'easters
For the wood frogs and spotted salamanders that live in vernal pools along the state's roadsides, however, the runoff of winter road salt may be leaving an imprint on the future of the species
To investigate this, Steven Brady, an assistant professor of biology at Southern…

Editor's note: This is the ninth story as we count down in the Register's Top 50 New Haven project
NEW HAVEN - Promoter Jimmy Koplik pegs this as his most unforgettable moment during his all-time favorite rock concert - shouting into the microphone at Toad's Place: "Please welcome the Rolling Stones!"
And there they were! Surprise! Yes, there had been excitable rumors going around that night (Aug. 12, 1989) that Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and the rest of the legendary band would be…

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have announced that romaine lettuce is finally safe to eat again.

If you've been calling Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge "Princess Kate" this whole time, you'd be wrong. And though you might like how it sounds, "Princess Meghan" will be just as inaccurate after Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry this weekend
I know, I know, we like the idea of Markle becoming a princess like in a Hollywood movie, but the way these royal designations work is complicated.
To be a "princess," you have to be the child of a monarch and inherit the title…

NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- During the Yale women’s golf team end of season banquet, rising senior Julie Luo was selected as the team captain for the 2018-2019 season. Also announced that night, senior Jayshree Sarathy earned the Yale women's golf team's Widdy Neale Award for the second year in a row. The Widdy Neale Award goes to the player who does the most to boost the morale of the team and who goes the extra step both on and off the course.

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. - The last time John Daniggelis ran on to Hofstra's Shuart Stadium field as a lacrosse player it was sunny and extremely hot. The date was May 31, 2014
A star for Smithtown East High on Long Island, Daniggelis would walk off full of sweat, full of dejection.
"It was the Long Island championship and we lost 13-12," Yale's junior midfielder said Saturday. "We had a chance to tie and the shot hit the outside of the net. They went on…

One team and seven seniors were recognized by the Yale Athletics Department at the annual senior student-athlete reception on Saturday at the Lanman Center in Payne Whitney Gym. The women’s golf team earned the Brodhead Award for the highest team grade point average. Claire Huebner (Grosse Pointe, Mich.) of the co-ed sailing team and Theo Miller (Brooklyn, N.Y.) of the men’s soccer team were the recipients…

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Clinton: Creative Writing Group monthly meeting, casual gathering to read, listen to and discuss original writings, first Monday of the month, next meeting June 4, 6 p.m., Henry Carter Hull Library, 10 Killingworth Tpke., 860-669-2342, sarah@hchlibrary.org, hchlibrary.org
East Haven: Classics Group discusses "The Cloister and the Hearth (1861)" by Charles Reade, May 21, 3 p.m., Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main St., 203-468-3890,…

The offense was on fire in the first half, and the Bulldog defense took control in the second, enabling the Yale Men’s Lacrosse Team to punch its first ticket to the NCAA Championship Weekend in 28 years.

Are blueberries good for you? Absolutely! These tiny, delicious fruits have some impressive health benefits, from keeping your brain young to preventing cancer and more. When you discover all the proven reasons to consume blueberries every day, you’ll want to go out and buy some right away.

A 17-pdr anti-tank gun and crew near Cassino, 17 May 1944. A Sherman tank can be seen in the background
Two German paratroopers fighting among the ruins of the Monastery.
Monastery Hill shrouded in smoke after an Allied air raid.
The Allies had been struggling all year at Cassino, the mountainous redoubt in the middle of the German ‘Gustav’ Line. Bitter fighting had continued in appalling conditions and the Monastery at the centre of the defences had been smashed to smithereens. The attempt…