Raymond Clark III, the person of interest named in the investigation into the murder of Annie Le GRD ’13, was released from custody at 3 a.m. after complying with the two search warrants served last night, New Haven Police Department spokesman Joe Avery said. Avery said he does not know Clark’s current whereabouts. The warrants, »
All across campus today, as students, faculty and staff came to grips with the news of the presumed murder of Annie Le GRD ’13, they also struggled to continue with their daily business. History professor John Lewis Gaddis began Monday’s Cold War lecture with an image of Le on the projector screen. He said he »
The research center at 10 Amistad St. where Annie Le GRD ’13 was last seen continues to be the center of activity for law enforcement officials investigating her disappearance. As FBI agents repeatedly combed the corridors in the building’s basement, Deputy Secretary Martha Highsmith, who oversees campus security operations, hosted a meeting for the building’s »
By 9:30 a.m., the New Haven Fire Department has already responded to Branford College twice today. There appears to be something wrong with the exhaust in the kitchen that keeps setting off the alarm. The kitchen has been evacuated, and the fire marshal is investigating.
No sooner did U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter announce his plans to retire from the nation’s highest court at the end of the term next month than did speculation on his replacement sweep Washington. Both Yale and Harvard make appearances on the short list published by The Washington Post today. The Post named Harold »