Alissa Stollwerk
DEP rejects cable activation

The Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection rejected a request last Friday to allow Cross Sound Cable to activate the electric cable running under the Long […]

Taft: more than a president’s great-grandson

Nathan Taft ’95 SOM ’04, was not the type of kid who sold lemonade on the corner to make some extra spending money. Now president […]

DeLauro links Bush to Sound Cable

New Haven Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro called for an investigation last Thursday of the White House’s involvement in the Cross Sound Cable Project. DeLauro requested that […]

City youths sworn in as new council

New Haven’s newest representatives do not have college degrees or even high school diplomas. Twenty-six high school students from around New Haven were sworn in […]

Playoff wait chills the spine

This week, three Yale teams hoped they would be playing well past the end of their regular seasons. For two of those three teams, that […]

Cosby says education is no laughing matter

Bill Cosby, once the voice of cartoon character Fat Albert, is intent on making sure New Haven’s schoolchildren speak English well enough not to end […]

Sheff speaks out against segregation, inequality

Elizabeth Horton Sheff was planning on a quiet evening at home in 1989 when her friend asked her to represent her at a meeting about […]

Panel urges more diversity in faculty

When two junior professors approached Gerald Jaynes, an economics professor who is black, as he was leaving the Psychology Department, they did not ask him […]

Connecticut Hall cluster, 70 classrooms get tech revamping

Connecticut Hall, the state’s oldest building, is now home to some of the newest technology at Yale. The Old Campus building’s computer cluster received a […]

Duke Ellington Fellowship celebrates 30 years with jazz

The columns in Woolsey Hall swung to the melodious sounds of the Carnegie Hall Jazz Band Friday as the group performed to a sold-out crowd […]

WYBC adds weekly news show to programming

Yalies seeking news now have an alternative to the traditional print media on campus. WYBC radio has added a weekly news show, “The Blueline Report,” […]