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.
CLAY seeks to recast “social justice”
Five months after it was denied Dwight Hall membership on the grounds that its work did not fall in line with the organization’s mission, Choose Life at Yale kicked off its second annual conference this weekend with a discussion on social justice.
Immigrants rally for police protection
In light of recent physical attacks on New Haven’s immigrant population, members of social activist group Unidad Latina en Accion (ULA) rallied in front of the New Haven Police Station yesterday evening.
CHE faces uncertain future
In the light of recent changes within New Haven Public School’s health education, Yale’s Community Health Educators are seeking a new role within the schools.
Freshmen show volunteering promise
Members of the class of 2018 showed up in record numbers to Dwight Hall on Saturday morning for the annual Freshman Day of Service.
Transportation drives job inequality
In the face of a persistently high unemployment rate in the Elm City, the nonprofit organization DataHaven recently released research raising questions about the relationship between public transportation and employment opportunities.