Amy Cheng
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
A “Cat Person” Symposium

Kristen Roupenian’s short story “Cat Person” was published by the New Yorker in its Dec. 11 issue and went viral online. The story centers around […]

YPD union contract stalls over health benefits

Yale Police Department patrol officers and detectives, the latest batch of Yale employees embroiled in negotiations, still face many hurdles.

Paca cryptic about plans after primary loss

Earlier this month, mayoral candidate Marcus Paca said he planned to run as an independent in the Nov. 7 general election if he lost the […]

Draw The Line

The First Amendment rights are enshrined in the U.S. Constitution and have deemed as a defining feature of American democracy. But as the nation faces polarizing political discourse, is hate speech protected by the First Amendment? And after the bloodshed in Charlottesville and other urban centers, is violence a necessary consequence of upholding free speech? 

Connecticut still far from legalizing pot

Supporters of legalizing recreational marijuana are standing by future legislative efforts to lift the prohibition, despite lawmakers’ refusal to consider potential tax revenue from marijuana […]

YPD Chief among 21 most influential in security industry

Yale Police Department Chief Ronnell A. Higgins, joining the ranks of former ​Department of Homeland Security officials, was named one of the 21 most influential […]

State joins lawsuit against DACA reversal

Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen, under the auspices of Gov. Dannel Malloy, has joined 14 states and the District of Columbia in a lawsuit against […]

Harp wins primary in landslide

Mayor Toni Harp won the Democratic mayoral primary on Tuesday by a nearly 3-to-1 margin.

Despite uncontested race, Catalbasoglu ’19 ramps up campaign

Hacibey Catalbasoglu ’19, running unopposed in the upcoming November aldermanic election, is forging on with his campaign effort in the hopes of encouraging as many […]

Malloy signs bill to curb opioid crisis

For the third year in a row, Connecticut has passed new legislation to combat the opioid crisis, a national epidemic that is projected to claim […]

DACA rally draws support from Yale, New Haven

Hours after Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the White House plans to rescind DACA, nearly a thousand Yale students and New Haven residents took to the streets to voice their support for the DACA recipients.