Eidelson leads in fundraising
Incumbent Sarah Eidelson ’12 has raked in more funds than her Republican challenger, Paul Chandler ’14, but from fewer people
Wood leaves aldermanic race
Ella Wood ’15 has decided to drop out of the race for the Ward 7 seat on the New Haven Board of Aldermen, she told the News Monday evening.
Ivies inaugurate new presidents
The upcoming inauguration of University President Peter Salovey will come just weeks after similar ceremonies at two of Yale’s peer institutions.
Yale drops charges against journalist
Yale has dropped charges of criminal trespassing against a Brazilian journalist apprehended last week for allegedly attempting to enter a private meeting and misrepresenting her intentions to Yale Police officers.
Student designed home unveiled
After controversy, University President Peter Salovey and Mayor John DeStefano Jr came together to celebrate the newest home erected through Yale’s Vlock Building Program.
Public Schools awarded STEM grant
A new grant, unveiled on Monday will pump $11 million over four years into transforming four New Haven public schools into magnets schools geared toward science, technology, engineering and math training.
Journalist arrested in Woolsey Hall
Claudia Trevisan, a Washington, D.C.-based correspondent for O Estado de S. Paulo, spent three and a half hours in prison Thursday night, she said, after being handcuffed and escorted out of Woolsey Hall.
Yale, city look to lose pounds
A joint Yale-New Haven public health initiative is asking city residents to lose 375,000 pounds in two years as part of an obesity awareness effort launched Wednesday.
Calhoun master to step down at end of year
Jonathan Holloway GRD ’95, who served as chair of the Council of Masters from July 2009 until June 2013, will leave the college after two terms at its helm.