Letter: Breaching the stillness of the cemetery, one wall at a time

October 8, 2009 • 33
The presentation by Dean of the School of Architecture Robert A.M. Stern ARC ’65 explaining the proposed redesign and landscaping of the Grove Street Cemetery wall was a striking example of the insensitivity of most contemporary architects to the concerns of the communities on which they inflict their schemes. Stern focused narrowly on the visual »

How Yale destroyed New Haven’s economy

September 30, 2003 • 0
In an interview on National Public Radio Sept. 13, Yale President Richard C. Levin asserted that Yale had been unfairly targeted by organized labor because, with the disappearance of the city’s manufacturers, the University was the only remaining large employer with a union work force. The destruction of New Haven’s commercial and manufacturing economy was »