Andrew Mangino

WASHINGTON — On November 22, 1963, the day John F. Kennedy fell minutes past noon, a man entered Liggett’s — a New Haven drug store […]

Kleeb loses battle for Neb.

LINCOLN, Neb. — Scott Kleeb GRD ‘06, the rancher turned Yale scholar turned politician, was decisively defeated Tuesday by former Nebraska Gov. Mike Johanns in […]

A glimpse into America’s heartland

VENICE, Neb. — There is no waiting in line to vote in this quiet town of rolling cornfields and canals, but not for lack of […]

At Wal-Mart, a final push for Heartland’s voters

OMAHA, Neb. — At 8:26 p.m. Monday night, less than twelve hours before the polls open here, a Yale graduate running for the United States […]

Eli a long shot in Nebraska

HASTINGS, Neb. — Two years and two weeks ago, Scott Kleeb GRD ’06 felt like he could achieve the near-impossible: turn a red region blue […]

New Haven schools still see segregation

On Thursday afternoon, just a 12 minute walk up Dixwell Avenue from Yale’s central campus, more than 1,000 minority students — and only 20 white […]

Kennedy talks poverty, rights

He may be the swing vote on the U.S. Supreme Court, but Anthony Kennedy said calling it the “Kennedy Court” might motivate his colleagues to […]

City officials discuss math, magnet schools

In the Board of Aldermen chambers last night, Ken Matthews placed a classic right triangle onto an overhead projector — with sides of 3, 4 […]

‘Liberal’ campus faces blog barrage

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Yale is under attack.Except instead of holding the University at the point of […]

Financing program may grow

If attempting to level one playing field wasn’t enough to change the face of campaigning in New Haven, why not try to level 31 of […]

Reform targets road repairs

It’s not quite as titillating as a unionization dispute, but a plan to make aldermen more accountable for city road projects is already generating its […]