Raymond Clark III, the animal lab technician charged with the murder of Annie Le GRD ’13, pled guilty to murder and attempt to commit sexual assault this morning in New Haven Superior Court. The recommended sentence is 44 years in prison. Read full story here.
If you thought adorable animals showing up on doorsteps on cold winter nights only happened in story books, think again. Last Sunday, Kate Damon NUR ’12 found a skinny kitten “crying and shivering” on her doorstep. A visit to the vet confirmed that the kitten is in good health, but, according to an email Damon »
The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced yesterday that Maxwell (Mike) Hearn ’71 has been chosen as the next Douglas Dillon Curator in Charge of the Department of Asian Art. James Watt, the current chairman of the department, retires this June. “Mike has long played a major role in the department,” Director of the Metropolitan Museum »
HARTFORD—Democrats angry over ballot shortages in Bridgeport convinced a Hartford judge to keep the polls open until 10 p.m., Secretary of State Susan Bysiewicz ’83 announced at a press conference shortly after 8 p.m. Bridgeport, the state’s largest city and traditionally a Democratic stronghold, has 69,000 registered voters, but elections officials in the city only »
Answer: This Yalie will be on “Jeopardy!” next month. Question: Who is Sam Spaulding ’13? Spaulding will represent Yale in the show’s “College Championship” Nov. 12. For this veteran quizbowl player (he’s also on the Yale team), being on the show was more than “super fun.” The show flew the sophomore to Los Angeles to »