Bharat Ayyar
For Yale, new chapter opens in Jovin case

Nine years ago, the life of Suzanne Jovin ’99 ended tragically, but the University’s public-affairs struggle in handling the aftermath had just begun. University administrators […]

YPD claims right to keep files private

A request for access to Yale Police Department personnel files has called into question how accountable the department should — and legally must — be […]

New team looks into Jovin death

A team of four retired Connecticut State Police detectives has been investigating the Dec. 1998 murder of Suzanne Jovin ’99 for the past seven months, […]

State announces formation of new team to investigate Jovin ’99 murder

Posted Friday 10 p.m. A team of four retired Connecticut State Police detectives is set to begin a new investigation into the Dec. 1998 murder […]

Fight breaks out after The Game

A late-night altercation at the corner of York and Elm streets between Yale students and non-University affiliates following the Harvard-Yale game two weeks ago resulted […]

Brief: DeStefano broadcasts first city-wide voice message using mass-notification system

Mayor John DeStefano Jr. placed tens of thousands of telephone calls in a matter of minutes Monday afternoon as he broadcasted the first official city-wide […]

Brief: Light ’09 hearing postponed until December

A plea hearing for Calhoun College student David Light ’09 — who was arrested in July on several dozen weapons-related charges — originally scheduled for […]

Harvard-Yale tailgate free of alcohol citations

Although Yalies encountered problems on the football field at this year’s Harvard-Yale game, they managed to steer clear of trouble at the tailgate. Police officers […]

Ortiz’s resignation to spur search for chief

New Haven Police Department Chief Francisco Ortiz announced last week that he will retire from his post in January to become the head of security […]

NHPD Chief Francisco Ortiz retires post to work for Yale

Posted Monday 11:00 p.m. New Haven Police Department Chief Francisco Ortiz announced Monday that he will retire his post in January to direct public security […]

University considers ALERT test a success

Nearly 10,000 phones on campus rang in harmony Wednesday as the University tested its new emergency notification system. Undergraduate, graduate and professional school students received […]