Jovin ’99 remembered
Fifteen years ago, Yale College senior Suzanne Jovin ’99 was murdered, and the investigation into her death continues.
Students, colleagues remember See
Samuel See, an assistant professor of English known by many as a compassionate teacher and gifted scholar, died on Nov. 24. He was 34.
Professor found dead in jail
Over a week after Yale assistant professor Samuel See was found dead in a New Haven jail cell many questions remain surrounding the cause of his death.
Professor found dead in New Haven jail
Assistant professor Samuel See, was found dead at police headquarters at 1 Union Avenue, after being treated for injuries related to a domestic dispute.
Harp promises stability
Stability may trump change, even as the city changes hands for the first time in 20 years.
State leaders weigh agenda
Mental health services, early childhood education and a minimum wage bump are three issues that could see legislative attention in the next session of the Connecticut General Assembly, two state legislators said Monday evening. Connecticut State Sen. Martin Looney and State Rep. Roland Lemar joined members of the Yale College Democrats to debrief on the »
Mixed mandates in Ward 1
Sarah Eidelson ’12 —the first Ward 1 representative in almost a decade to seek a second term — looks to improve student engagement.
Suit threatened over fire promotions
Under the threat of litigation, city lawmakers moved to consider modifications to a budget provision that has come under attack by New Haven’s fire union.
Coliseum project nears passage
A collection of city lawmakers have backed an agreement aimed at revitalizing the former site of the New Haven Coliseum.
Harp names transition team
Exactly one week after she was elected as New Haven’s 50th mayor, Toni Harp ARC ’78 unveiled the team of people who will help ready her for the job.