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Junior arrested at RNC

September 1, 2004 • 0
U.S. Secret Service agents arrested Thomas Frampton ’06 Monday evening at the Republican National Convention, after he allegedly tried to climb into the seating area for Vice President Dick Cheney and assaulted an agent. Frampton — one of the most visible liberal activists on campus — got within 10 feet of Cheney, shouting anti-Bush administration »
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Miranda LAW ’07 pins down bronze

September 1, 2004 • 0
Before she went to Athens last month, Patricia Miranda LAW ’07 already had a resume impressive enough to get her into Yale Law School. Today, Miranda arrives in New Haven with one more item on that resume — Olympic bronze medal in wrestling. Miranda, who was considered a contender for the gold medal in the »
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Mayor meets with YPBA

September 1, 2004 • 0
New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr. met Aug. 30 with the union for the University Police, and agreed to help resolve the ongoing dispute over new police contracts — now in its third year. The two sides have not met since June, when a settlement seemed close before talks eventually broke down. The Yale Police »
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Miranda LAW ’07 wins women’s wrestling bronze

August 25, 2004 • 0
Patricia Miranda LAW ’07 won a bronze medal in women’s wrestling Monday, becoming the first-ever Olympic medalist in the new event. Miranda, who was considered a contender for the gold medal in the 48-kilogram (105.5 pound) category, soundly defeated Angelique Berthenet of France in the bronze medal match after a semifinal loss to Ukrainian Irina »
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Yale student avoids abduction

July 20, 2004 • 0
A 25-year old Yale student fended off an attempted abduction while jogging Sunday morning, according to an e-mail from New Haven police spokeswoman Bonnie Winchester. The student was jogging at about 9:00 a.m. near 340 Livingston Street when a man seized her and tried to pull her into his car. The student escaped and contacted »
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Series of shootings puts city on alert

July 13, 2004 • 0
Five shootings committed with the same gun Sunday and Monday in New Haven have sent city and state police scrambling to catch those responsible. The police department has dramatically increased patrols and committed nearly all its detectives to solving the case, New Haven Police Chief Francisco Ortiz said Tuesday. All five shootings occurred relatively far »
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Fliers name harassers of Lo

May 6, 2004 • 0
Fliers were posted around campus Wednesday night containing the names and pictures of the students who allegedly entered the suite of Katherine Lo ’05 last spring and left a threatening note on her door. Four different fliers named four sophomores who were put on probation for harassing and intimidating Lo. The 2002-2003 report of the »
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Management student attacked with brick

April 27, 2004 • 0
A first-year School of Management student said two adolescents chased him and hit him with a brick Thursday evening as he walked on Mansfield Street. The student, who did not want to be identified, said he received a one-inch laceration and required stitches after a young male threw the brick at him, hitting him just »
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City is funded to fight terror

April 23, 2004 • 0
New Haven moved one step closer this week to receiving $9.5 million from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security — money that, according to one report, means that the Elm City receives more federal homeland security funding per capita than any other U.S. city. While the city was declared eligible for the funding last fall, »
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University paves way for new Rose Center

April 23, 2004 • 0
University and city officials broke ground Thursday on the site of the Rose Center, which will house the new station for the Yale Police Department and a community center. The plot, located on Ashmun Street behind Swing Space, will be the site of a 34,000 square foot building, with 5,000 to 6,000 square feet devoted »
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Contract for the Yale Police will be left unsettled

April 20, 2004 • 0
Barring an unexpected acceleration in the progress of negotiations, the Yale Police Department will conclude a second academic year without settling contracts with the union representing its officers, union officials said. Negotiators with the Yale Police Benevolent Association, which represents 55 police officers, will meet Wednesday with University negotiator James Juhas in the latest of »
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Date-rape drugs rare on campus, police say

April 16, 2004 • 0
University police will interview a Saybrook freshman today who said she was given a date-rape drug at an on-campus party two weeks ago. The student, who asked that her name not be disclosed, said she believes someone put a date-rape drug in her drink at a Yale Hellenistic Society party in the Berkeley Bagel Bar »