City | 2:51 pm | April 25, 2013 | By Josephine Massey

Possible time capsule discovered on Green

A possible time capsule has been discovered on the New Haven Green just months after skeletal remains were uncovered there.

Last Halloween, skeletal remains were found in the unearthed roots of the New Haven Green’s Lincoln Oak tree that was knocked over by the rage of Superstorm Sandy. Now, it appears authorities have found another item of interest preserved within the soil. Along with the remains, a barrel-shaped lump of concrete was discovered attached to »

University | 10:45 pm | October 30, 2012 | By Josephine Massey

Tickets in high demand hours before YSO show

Forget Sandy, tickets for the Yale Symphony Orchestra’s Fall Show have become the hottest topic in town. After tickets for the YSO show sold out soon after they were released, students have been forced to look at alternative solutions to obtain passes to the highly-anticipated annual Halloween Show. Some have taken to Facebook to convey »

City | 8:38 pm | October 30, 2012 | By Josephine Massey

Skeleton discovered on New Haven Green

On a normal day, the New Haven Green looks like this.

The flooding, power outages and broken bus stops weren’t enough to satisfy Sandy’s rage. Before she departed, she left one memento — our very own skeleton — to make sure the Elm City wouldn’t forget that Halloween is just around the corner. The skeleton was discovered at around 3:15 p.m. Tuesday in the roots of »

University | 6:46 pm | October 19, 2012 | By Josephine Massey

Account of sexual assault at Amherst goes viral

Amherst College

Amherst College is the latest college to be called out for its sexual misconduct policies and the way administrators respond to cases of sexual assault. Angie Epifano, a former Amherst student in the Class of 2014, published a Wednesday column explaining her account of sexual assault, describing the aftereffects of the incident and arguing that »

University | 8:00 pm | October 17, 2012 | By Josephine Massey

Former chair of Art Department Chaet passes away

Bernard Chaet, the former chair of the Yale Art Department who had been with the University for nearly 40 years, died Tuesday. He was 88. Before serving as chair, Chaet taught painting and drawing at the University until he retired in 1990. He was known for his technical teaching style and was considered “the anchor »