Atlantic editor discusses direction of journalism

Bennet spoke at a Davenport College Master’s Tea on Thursday, where he discussed his career in journalism as well as the Atlantic’s goals — which he defined as publishing ideas to improve American society — before answering several questions from audience members.

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Offensive T-shirt sparks criticism against Amherst

Since Angie Epifano’s column of sexual violence at Amherst went viral last week, another round of criticism has been levied against Amherst for its allegedly hostile sexual environment — this time, the criticism focuses on clothing. An Amherst fraternity printed and sold T-shirts last year that featured a bruised woman, wearing only a bra and […]

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Restaurant promotion fails to woo students

Restaurants across Connecticut are participating in a statewide Restaurant Week by offering special menus for a multicourse meal with a fixed price of $20.12. From Oct. 8 through Oct. 14, 100 restaurants in Connecticut will participate in the fifth annual Connecticut Restaurant Week, in which eateries statewide offer meals for a reduced price. In addition, […]

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Ward 1 Democrats plan next moves

At the first Ward 1 Democratic Committee meeting of the school year, members planned to assist their party’s efforts at the state and national levels one vote at a time. On Thursday evening, the committee met at Yale’s Afro-American Cultural Center to discuss their plans for the upcoming presidential and Senate elections. The meeting was […]

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Residents express concerns over Yale tree removal plan

On Wednesday evening, New Haven officials, Yale officials and concerned city residents came together at City Hall in a public hearing to deliberate over the fate of 18 trees. The meeting was the product of a situation designated by Connecticut state law, which states that whenever a city’s tree warden is planning to remove a […]

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