Campus rallies for Philippines
Since Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, members of the Yale community have mobilized to plan relief efforts.
Voter turnout climbs
The real winner of Election Day 2013 was the city of New Haven — at least according to data released yesterday on voter turnout.
Long-awaited election arrives
When the polls close at 8 p.m., city residents will have elected a new mayor and seven lawmakers facing contested general elections for the New Haven Board of Aldermen.
After three years, finish line in sight for firefighter contract
After three years of negotiation, a tentative oral agreement concerning a new 5-year contract has been reached between the city of New Haven and the local firefighter union. The potential contract — which addresses issues related to health care, pension and mandatory staffing — is “in the final inning” of completion, said firefighter union president »
Students clamor for Colbert
Over 400 students crammed into the Yale Law School auditorium Friday to hear television personality Stephen Colbert answer questions about comedy, politics and religion.
Colleagues applaud Janet Yellen
On Oct. 9, President Barack Obama nominated Yale alum Janet Yellen GRD ’71 to be the first-ever female chair of the Federal Reserve.
Nussbaum talks technology, journalism
At a Branford College Master’s Tea, Emily Nussbaum, television critic for The New Yorker, spoke about television, technology and journalism.
Register to move downtown
The New Haven Register has formalized plans to move from its current Sargent Drive office to a location in downtown New Haven before the summer of 2014.
Cohen takes helm of Slifka
Rabbi Leah Cohen has succeeded Rabbi James Ponet '68 as leader of the Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale
MILSTEIN: God, country, Hogwarts?
We don’t need a sorting hat to remind us our time here is meaningful. Only once we move past these types of comparisons can we hope to have a college experience with more dimension than a page in a book.