Harp inaugurated 50th mayor of New Haven

January 1, 2014 • 0
Toni N. Harp took office on Wednesday, becoming the city’s first female chief executive in its 375-year history.

City hall staff under Harp takes shape

December 30, 2013 • 1
Toni Harp ARC '78 is putting the finishing touches on the cabinet of city administrators who will take office at City Hall with her.

Nemerson named economic development administrator

December 19, 2013 • 0
Mayor-elect Toni Harp ARC '78 announced one of her first major appointments on Thursday.
Roughly 40 protesters wound their way from New Haven City Hall to the headquarters of the New Haven Police Department on Tuesday.

Protesters call for police accountability

December 10, 2013 • 0
Tuesday protesters called for an independent investigation into the circumstances of Samuel See’s arrest and incarceration.

Protest to question circumstances of professor’s death

December 8, 2013 • 0
While his cause of death remains unknown, colleagues and friends of the late Yale assistant professor Samuel See are mobilizing in his honor.

Professor’s cause of death still unknown

December 4, 2013 • 0
State medical examiners have ruled out trauma from a cut above his eye as the cause of death of Yale assistant professor Samuel See.

Jovin ’99 remembered

December 4, 2013 • 0
Fifteen years ago, Yale College senior Suzanne Jovin ’99 was murdered, and the investigation into her death continues.

Students, colleagues remember See

December 2, 2013 • 0
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

December 2, 2013 • 0
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

November 27, 2013 • 0
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

November 22, 2013 • 0
Stability may trump change, even as the city changes hands for the first time in 20 years.

State leaders weigh agenda

November 19, 2013 • 0
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 »
“If we were an outlier — if our taxes were higher than every other urban place in our state — then I would say that we’re out of line for what it takes to run a city."
Dozens of the Yale College Democrats canvassed New Haven to help residents enroll in the state’s health care exchange.
The Board of Aldermen is currently pushing to receive additional funding for the city from the Connecticut
state government.