Yale Police Engage with Students
The Yale Police Department continues efforts to engage students and community members alike. What is the benefit of this and how has the program affected Yalies over these past 6 years? Questions? Contact the Yale Daily News YTV Editors, Raleigh Cavero, Madison Alworth and Kevin Kucharski. See www.yaledailynews.com/ytv.
The Elm City Goes Street Smart
Parkmobile, a mobile payment service provider that allows you to pay for parking with your smartphone, is now available in New Haven. The Official YouTube channel of the Yale Daily News: America’s Oldest College Daily newspaper. Questions? Contact the Yale Daily News YTV Editors, Raleigh Cavero, Madison Alworth and Kevin Kucharski. See www.yaledailynews.com/ytv.
City Revamps Video Surveillance
http://youtu.be/xxN3kRFYhVE New Haven’s Board of Alderman unanimously approved a $125,000 grant application from the Department of Homeland Security to update the city’s video surveillance system as part of crime prevention efforts.
Hausladen Wins Ward 7
Tuesday, New Haven Board of Alderman incumbent Douglas Hausladen ’04 defeated Ella Wood ’15 in the Ward 7 Democratic primary. Hausladen, who won 59% of the primary vote, talks about why he looks forward to continuing his work.
Vegetable Bike Racks Sprout in New Haven
This summer, Ben Green ’14 worked with the City of New Haven’s Department of Transportation and local businesses, such as Claire’s Corner Copia, to make New Haven a more bike friendly city.
New Haven Mayoral Debate
The Yale College Democrats hosted the first public mayoral debate in New Haven on Saturday, April 20. Democratic candidates Justin Elicker, Henry Fernandez, Gary Holder-Winfield, Sundiata Keitazulu and Matthew Nemerson participated in the debate.
Meet the Mayoral Candidates
As the New Haven mayoral race heats up, with the candidates discuss their platforms and ideas for the city.
An Icy Relationship
With both Yale and Quinnipiac in the Final Four, YTV takes a look at the long-standing rivalry between the two schools.
Transforming the Goffe Street Armory
With $2.8 million for its repair, Ward 1 Adlerman Sarah Eidelson ’12 and Ward 28 Alderman Claudette Robinson-Thorpe hope to transform the Goffe Street Armory into a community center. Reporters Kojiro Murase ’15 and Jen Kramer ’14 sit it on Tuesday’s penultimate Goffe Street Armory Planning Committee hearing.
Irving Pinsky: The Man, a Lawsuit and a Van
Reporters Nicole Levy ’13 and Chantel Simpson ’14 profile personal injury lawyer Irving Pinsky, who has been involved in the New Haven community since 1981, and who requested to file a lawsuit against the state of Connecticut at the end of last year.