Campus preps for party
In the midst of midterms, Yale is preparing for one of its biggest parties in recent memory.
Donations to tighten mayoral race
When mayoral candidate Justin Elicker releases his next campaign finance filings, he is likely to shift this year’s fundraising race.
BOE may add student members
New Haven voters will decide the role of students in educational policymaking when they take to the polls on Nov. 5.
New Haven deficit grows
New Haven’s balance sheet is $1 million further in the debt thanks to a decrease in funding from the state.
Largest gift in history to fund new colleges
Charles Johnson '54, co-chair of the mutual fund Franklin Resources, has given $250 million to the university to support the building of two new residential colleges.
Uncertainty reigns in Ward 7
Ward 7 Alderman Doug Hausladen ’04 still does not know whether he will face a challenger in the general election.
Elicker, Harp weigh town-gown relations
When the next mayor takes office, he or she will be faced with navigating the complexities that have come to define New Haven's relationship with Yale.
Family settles lawsuit over DKE crash
The family of one of four Yale students killed in a 2003 crash on the return trip from a fraternity event has settled a lawsuit against the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity.
DeLauro endorses Harp
Promises of a more prosperous New Haven filled Wooster Square Park Monday as Toni Harp received the backing of yet another major New Haven Democrat.