Yale professor ripped for helping toddlers with ‘gender journey’

A Yale professor has come under fire over a video in which she describes helping children as young as 3 years old with their “gender journey.” Dr. Christy Olezeski, who co-founded the Yale Pediatric Gender Program, was filmed saying she helps treat those questioning their gender and also provides guidance on “medical intervention.” “I am the director of the Yale gender program, which is an interdisciplinary program working with gender-expansive individuals 3 to 25 and their families,” Olezeski said in the clip posted on Yale University’s YouTube page. “We help individuals who are questioning their gender identity or who identify as transgender...
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67-year-old man gets 2-year prison term for pointing gun

(Stillwater, Okla.) — A 67-year-old man, who said he would get in a shoot-out with law enforcement if they came to his Yale home, has been given a two-year prison term followed by eight years of probation — with an order to have a mental health evaluation and follow its recommendations for pointing a gun at a woman he described in court as “my sweetheart.”
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Inside White Linen Night in The Heights’ Big Return — Smaller Crowds, Big Fun and Chic Retreats

Khizar & Zoya Hanif, Nancy & Jose Almodovar at the Nan & Company Properties party held during White Linen Night in The Heights. (Photo by Nan Studios) After two years on ice, the beloved White Linen Night in The Heights event returned with happenings that spread from bustling 19th Street, across to Studewood and into Shady Acres. The evening took on a more civilized air than in 2019 when some 100,000 packed the area to street party, shop, imbibe and schmooze. On this night, the turnout was manageable and more than a dozen activities hosted by a colorful swath of shops, bars and restaurants kept the Houston neighborhood rocking in the sizzling August heat.

Yale, Covid-Test Doc Spar Over Payments

Alleged ​“pandemic profiteer” Steven Murphy is asking a federal judge to allow him to sue Yale for allegedly not paying him over $1.1 million in Covid-test reimbursements. Murphy’s attorney, Roy Breitenbach, asked a federal judge at a hearing Tuesday in Bridgeport to follow the legal logic of...

Rainbow Warriors basketball releases non-conference schedule

HONOLULU – The University of Hawai’i men’s basketball team announced its non-conference schedule for the 2022-23 season. Seven of UH’s non-conference games will be played  at the SimpliFi Arena at Stan Sheriff Center, highlighted by the Outrigger Rainbow Classic and the Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic. The schedule also sees UH playing on O’ahu’s North […]

Cav Daily associates new BOV member to invitation of eugenicist to Grounds in 1974

CHARLOTTESVILLE (WINA) – With recent actions causing the UVa Student Council to call for the resignation of new Board of Visitors member Bert Ellis, the Cavalier Daily has done some digging and found Ellis co-led an organization that brought a white nationalist to the University for a 1974 debate called “The Correlation Between Race and Intelligence”. Ellis was tri-chairman of a now defunct student organization called the University Union, which invited prominent eugenics supporter William Shockley to the University.

Artist Spotlight: George Hancin

Writes George Hancin: "For many years I have been concentrating on urban, suburban, and rural landscape painting. I have been exploring how light, shadow, time, and seasons describe a place and set mood. I am interested in how architecture, cars, and street signs interact with the natural environment. Commonplace neighborhoods and the subtle strangeness they evoke are fascinating. The way light cascades across a lawn, the shape of a shadow, the color on the back of a mailbox. It’s these moments I try to capture in my paintings.

AGLP: Leadership Skills, Emotional Intelligence, and Real-World Experience

Pursuing a Ph.D. in Engineering requires a laser-sharp focus. But there’s also a lot of value in occasionally getting out of the lab and broadening your skill set. That’s where the SEAS Advanced Graduate Leadership Program (AGLP) comes in. AGLP is a competitive program designed to provide doctoral students with experiences and training beyond the research lab, to better prepare them for the wealth of opportunities available to them, including careers in academia, policy and public service, and business.

Rhythm Exchange Connects West Bengal To West River

Rania Das moved gracefully across the stage set up on the New Haven Green Thursday afternoon, her gestures precise yet fluid, graceful and controlled. They were about practicing a tradition that began in India over 2,000 years ago. They were telling a story, about a prankster god getting into mischief. But they were also about crossing thousands of miles, halfway around the world, to make connections to people here in New Haven.

Housing Market Looks Likely to Drop: Robert Shiller

Your article was successfully shared with the contacts you provided. Yale economist Robert Shiller, who has accurately identified stock market and housing bubbles in the past, recently cautioned that the housing boom spurred by the coronavirus pandemic may be poised for a downturn. More broadly, Shiller, speaking to Yahoo Finance,...

UH Men’s Basketball non-conference schedule unveiled

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The Rainbow Warriors basketball team reveals its non-conference schedule for the upcoming season ― with matchups Hawaii has not seen before. UH opens the season on Nov. 11 against Mississippi Valley State in the Outrigger Rainbow Classic. The tournament continues with games against Eastern Washington on...

Hofstra Pulls Out Win Over FDU In Season Opener

Hempstead, NY - Ellen Halseth scored with 2:19 remaining to snap a 2-2 tie and lift Hofstra to a 3-2 win over Fairleigh Dickinson Thursday night at Hofstra Soccer Stadium in the season opener for both teams. The Pride moved to 1-0 on the season while the Knights dropped to...

Vanwesenbeeck uncovers SUNY Fredonia connection to renowned poet Sylvia Plath

Department of English Professor Birger Vanwesenbeeck spent part of the summer at Indiana University’s Lily Library to research the Sylvia Plath papers. One of the most significant American poets of the 20th century, Ms. Plath (1932-1963) exhibited a lifelong interest in learning German, the native language of her father, and even translated a poem by the German-language poet Rainer Maria Rilke while still an undergraduate at Smith College in the fall of 1954.