Harries begins listening tour
Garth Harries ’95 felt that to know him, his audience had to know what he believed in. “I believe that children want to rise,” said Harries, who was appointed superintendent of New Haven Public Schools this summer. “That’s what they do, that is what human instinct is — it’s to be better tomorrow than you »
Report highlights youth joblessness
Although Connecticut has experienced mild job recovery, the recession continues to hinder the state’s job-seeking youth from finding employment
Yale awarded InterAsian grant
Twelve years ago, Helen Siu founded a tiny intercultural studies program in Hong Kong. At Yale, she will now head a half-million-dollar program to connect Asian scholars across the world.
Hausladen urges real estate investment
When thinking back on the construction of the 360 State St. apartment complex completed in 2010, Ward 7 Alderman Doug Hausladen ’04 said he had an “ah-ha! moment” for a new, progressive city investment strategy.
Surveys detail neighborhood health
Residents of some New Haven neighborhoods tend to report poorer health on average than residents of Connecticut or the United States.
Connecticut powers startups
Sitting at a table with no more than her laptop, Judi Otton had all she needed to grow her new company.
Law School prof addresses drone legality
Law School professor Oona Hathaway LAW ’97 honed in on several legal issues surrounding drones that she described as important for Americans in the coming years.