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.
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, »
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 »
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 »