ULA calls for Zedillo’s ouster
The protest, organized by Unidad Latina en Acción , the Amistad Catholic Worker, Yale students and Mexican nationals living in Connecticut, denounced Yale’s employment of Zedillo.
City mobilizes to fight truancy
Parents are beginning to receive unexpected visits from school principals as part of the city’s latest effort to curb frequent student absenteeism in New Haven Public Schools.
Foley’s wealth draws controversy
A report released last week reveals that Connecticut Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley paid virtually no federal taxes in 2013, fueling controversy over whether the candidate’s personal wealth is relevant to his campaign.
New student group bridges town, gown
Emily Hays ’16 is trying to bridge that gap by creating a new undergraduate organization that connects University and city musicians, artists, poets and arts organizations.
Malloy, Foley trade energy jabs
In one of the nation’s most contested gubernatorial races, one issue receives little press but much weight in the eyes of Connecticut voters: energy.
NRA visit draws low turnout
A total of only 11 students showed up to the NRA's Saturday afternoon training session. The Yale College Republicans co-hosted the two-hour event, which was part of the NRA’s university program.
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.
City inches forward on revitalization
Sitting outside the abandoned, grey brick building that once housed the Dixwell Community House, Angela Cloud, 50, surveyed the retail complex across the street.