Ebola threat puts response plans in focus
Thursday’s Ebola scare — which instantly triggered statewide concern about the spread of the disease — has brought Yale-New Haven Hospital, the University, the city and their plans to prevent the proliferation of the virus under scrutiny.
Yale Dems host community policing discussion
At a meeting with the Yale College Democrats last night, New Haven Chief of Police Dean Esserman stressed the importance of community policing in curbing crime in the Elm City.
In boon for Malloy, crime rate drops
This year’s “Crime in Connecticut” report revealed a drop in the crime rate of 8.6 percent in 2013 — bringing the state’s number of reported violent and property crimes down to its lowest level since 1967.
Bookstore arson suspect arrested
Three days after an arsonist started a series of small fires in the Yale Bookstore last Monday, the police made an arrest.
Harp visits retailers to spur business
Mayor Toni Harp ARC ’78 shopped alongside New Haven residents at Broadway retailers last night to launch her new campaign to promote local businesses.
Lawson discusses civil resistance
Approximately 75 graduate students, undergraduates and Yale faculty members crowded into the law school last night for a discussion on nonviolence led by Reverend James Lawson.