Many Yalies disengaged from governor’s race
With just over one month until Connecticut’s gubernatorial race, the majority of Yalies are apathetic about what has become one of the most hotly contested races in the country.
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.
Eidelson doesn’t rule out third term
When redistricting brought a student supermajority to a city council district in Berkeley, Calif., the 18-year incumbent offered to step aside in favor of an undergraduate candidate.
Alders Ask Project Longevity for Data
New Haven’s Board of Alders convened a hearing on Tuesday to ask leaders of Project Longevity, a statewide anti-gang violence program, to produce efficacy data before the Board provides the program additional support.
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.
Two development projects negotiated in downtown
Negotiations between the city and a prominent real estate developer over two separate downtown properties could simultaneously create retail space and expand facilities for a local media company.
Proposed hotel faces parking problem
This month’s meeting of the New Haven City Plan Commission was marked by a heated debate over the parking plans at a newly proposed Marriot Residence Inn.
Yalies prep for gubernatorial election
With midterm elections seven weeks away, politically inclined Yalies are rallying their classmates to vote in what could be the closest gubernatorial race in the country.