Yale, Toads in land dispute
Yalies could be forced to find a new place to conclude their Saturday nights, if an ongoing land dispute with Toad’s is not resolved.
Fast food workers rally
Striking fast-food workers joined activists, union members, clergy and elected officials to call for better wages and fair treatment.
New Haven shelters prep for the cold
With the winter season approaching, homeless shelters in New Haven are preparing for an influx of clients during the coldest weeks of the year. To accommodate more people, shelter leaders will utilize the maximum amount of space available in shelters, which they said is routine around the holidays. In addition to using more space in »
L’OCCITANE opens on Chapel St.
International retailer L’Occitane en Provence opened its newest boutique on Chapel Street just in time for the holiday shopping rush. After several weeks of renovating and refurbishing, L’Occitane opened its doors at 1042 Chapel St. on Nov. 23 — the same day of the Yale-Harvard game. Since the grand opening, the site has seen a »
Jovin ’99 remembered
Fifteen years ago, Yale College senior Suzanne Jovin ’99 was murdered, and the investigation into her death continues.
Student with rifle shuts down UNH
Just over a week after Yale’s gun scare, the University of New Haven went on lockdown after reports that a man with a rifle was spotted across the street from campus.