Doctors practicing asylum medicine look for scars of persecution

For over a decade, Dr. Katherine McKenzie has been finding physical evidence of the torture and other abuse endured by people who are seeking asylum in the United States.

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Recipe for a tournament: Tennis, free tickets, and fun

Mix together two of the world’s top-five women’s tennis players with five other top-20 contestants and some fiercely competitive up-and-comers; add in four legendary men’s players; toss in a week-long festival of food, music, and activities; sprinkle with sweet discounts for the Yale community.


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