Liquor permit law extended

April 25, 2013 • 0
With the extension of a program that increases police involvement in liquor license renewals, New Haven bars and clubs must stay on their best behavior.

Conn. gun law faces discrimination lawsuit

April 19, 2013 • 2
With the passage of stricter gun control laws in Connecticut, one organization has already filed a lawsuit to have the new legislation struck down.

Gun bill costs questioned

April 12, 2013 • 0
With the passage of Senate Bill 1160, an act intended to prevent gun violence, the state faces millions in projected costs.
Forty-seven workshops were held as part of Parent University on Satur- day at Gateway Community College.

City holds second Parent University

April 8, 2013 • 0
To promote the Elm City’s college-going culture, nearly 200 parents enrolled in “Parent University,” a semiannual program intended to increase parents’ involvement in their children’s education.
Historian Richard Kimball ’61 discussed the college years of musical theater giant Cole Porter 1913.

Cole Porter centennial celebration continues

April 1, 2013 • 0
Historian Robert Kimball ’61 discussed the musical legend’s college life at a Jonathan Edwards College Master’s Tea.

Aldermen discuss school safety proposals

March 27, 2013 • 0
In the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings, Elm City officials are increasing efforts to prevent and eradicate school violence.

State budget cuts may hit Tweed

February 27, 2013 • 0
With a recently proposed budget cut under negotiation, the future of New Haven air travel may take a turn for the worse.

State considers university tuition hikes

January 24, 2013 • 0
As the state budget deficit surpasses the billion-dollar mark, Connecticut college students may pay the price with higher tuition bills.

City cognitive program gains national recognition

December 7, 2012 • 0
C8Kids, a New Haven-based cognitive improvement program created by a Yale psychiatrist, received national recognition last week.
The School of Art’s Wednesday auction raised $3,885 for Hurricane Sandy relief charities.

Art auction supports Sandy relief

December 6, 2012 • 0
The School of Art held a charity auction Wednesday to provide support for victims of Hurricane Sandy.
The William F. Buckley Program’s Friday panel discussed how “Witness” galvanized the conservative movement.

Conservatives discuss anti-communism

December 3, 2012 • 0
Roughly 100 students, alumni and government officials gathered in Linsly-Chittenden Hall Friday to commemorate the 60th anniversary of “Witness."

Squash star opens season strong

November 28, 2012 • 0
As the women’s squash season kicks into gear, the 2012 team’s MVP Millie Tomlinson ’14 continues to dominate on the court.
Forty-seven workshops were held as part of Parent University on Satur- day at Gateway Community College.