See’s life celebrated
A service in Battell Chapel Saturday memorialized the life of English professor Samuel See, as a scholar, a teacher and a deeply understanding and devoted friend.
Hausladen named transit chief
Doug Hausladen ’04, who has championed street safety and public transit as an alderman in Ward 7, was named the city’s new director of the Department of Transportation, Traffic and Parking on Tuesday. Mayor Toni Harp announced the appointment at a press conference on the second floor of City Hall — just a stone’s throw »
Co-chair races draw Yalies
Students who haven’t had their fill of municipal elections can head to the polls once again in March.
Dems back Holder-Winfield
A three-man race became a two-way contest for the state senate seat representing Connecticut’s 10th district on Thursday, as Gary Holder-Winfield picked up the endorsement of an opponent, of the local arm of the Democratic Party and of Mayor Toni Harp. A delegation of Democrats in the 10th District — which comprises the western half »
See’s death meth-induced
Samuel See died from a heart attack resulting from the consumption of methamphetamines, according to the results of a toxicology report.