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Aspiring Wesleyan student entrepreneurs to pitch business ideas with eye toward social benefits

MIDDLETOWN — Over the last 13 weeks, Wesleyan University students have been dreaming up individual start-up incubator projects, creating original business ideas they hope will ... managing director of ... read more

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Movies on TV this week: ‘The Deer Hunter,’ ‘White Christmas’ and more

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Report: Racial disparity in prisons narrow across US

While racial inequity in arrests and incarcerations narrowed, the length of prison sentences increased across all crime types for black people and partially offset the benefits ... societal attitudes ... read more

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Aspiring Wesleyan student entrepreneurs to pitch business ideas with eye toward social benefits

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