Activist challenges social perceptions of autism
For Lydia Brown, autism is not a deficiency to be cured — it is a concrete part of her identity. Brown, who is an autistic and multiply-disabled disability rights activist, as well as a student at Georgetown University, spoke to roughly 20 students and community members at a Saybrook Master’s Tea on Monday afternoon. She »
Health insurance rates for youths rise
Following the opening of Connecticut’s healthcare exchange under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), more of the state’s young adults have enrolled in healthcare plans.
Yale station faces continued delays
Despite the Yale Station post office’s efforts for improvement, students have been dissatisfied with its service during the busy opening weeks of school.
NAACP leader discusses city inequality
Apartheid exists in New Haven, according to James Rawlings, the president of the Greater New Haven branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
Students forge interest in fashion
Though they may not always be in the spotlight of the Yale extracurricular scene, a number of students are committed to bringing fashion onto campus.