EIDELSON: Our home, New Haven

November 1, 2013 • 0
If re-elected, I hope to inspire more of you to take “engaging with New Haven” into your own hands.

EIDELSON: Effective leadership in Ward 1

September 5, 2013 • 0
As your advocate and your neighbor, I hope you will join me in working to build the New Haven where we want to live.

EIDELSON: Eidelson for Ward 1 alderman

October 6, 2011 • 0
‘What do you want to change in New Haven?” It’s a question I’ve asked hundreds of times over the last three years — to residents of the Dixwell, Dwight and Newhallville neighborhoods as a leader of the Community Voter Project, to students in Wards 2 and 22 as a volunteer for incoming Alderman Frank Douglass »

EIDELSON: Working for a better city

September 2, 2011 • 7
I want to live in a city where the government works for everyone; where the Board of Aldermen is independent, democratically accountable, and structurally empowered to better serve the people of New Haven. I am running to represent Ward 1 on the Board of Aldermen because I believe that city can exist — and I »

Bronstein, Cersonsky, Crosby and Eidelson: For financial aid reform

This month, 1,940 students will decide whether to accept their offers of admission to Yale. On Monday, many will come for Bulldog Days. They’ll attend lectures by Shelly Kagan, Marvin Chun and David Blight. They’ll eat s’mores in courtyards; braving the chaos of the extracurricular bazaar, they’ll each sign up for 25 student organizations. By »