Bharat Ayyar
Alcohol law blurs duties of college heads

Drunkenness is not the only thing leaving students confused about the impact of Connecticut’s year-old alcohol laws on campus. The Connecticut liquor law has led […]

Former suspect in Jovin ’99 case calls for revisiting

Former Dean of Saybrook College and Yale lecturer James Van de Velde ’83, who is still the only suspect named in connection with the 1998 […]

Racially charged graffiti angers students, dining hall employees

Davenport College dining hall employees reacted with anger after they discovered graffiti containing a crude racial epithet along a wall outside the York Street entrance […]

City, campus jurisdictions overlap for police depts.

When Yale Police Department officers broke up Pierson Colleges’s annual Inferno party on Oct. 27, they issued citations to several underage students in possession of […]

Trivellas released by Y-NH hospital

Andromahi “Mahi” Trivellas ’11, who was the victim of a hit-and-run accident on the corner of York and Elm streets about two weeks ago, has […]

Attempted theft spurs warnings

An attempted theft in Saybrook College on Monday prompted Dean Paul McKinley to send a college-wide e-mail requesting that students be more careful about locking […]

Emergency alert system to kick off

Reflecting a national trend among colleges and universities, Yale is set to launch a new emergency notification system this week that will be capable of […]

Pierson dean regrets calling cops to party

In an e-mail to Pierson College students sent Monday evening, Dean Amerigo Fabbri apologized for calling the Yale Police Department on Saturday to break up […]

Crime wave has altered daily habits, poll reveals

One in four students has changed his or her daily habits in response to a recent surge in crime on and around the Yale campus, […]

Still in hospital, Trivellas showered with support

The Freshman Class Council kicked off a campaign Sunday to make get-well cards for Branford College freshman Andromahi “Mahi” Trivellas ’11, who has been in […]

News in Brief: NHPD officers reassigned to patrol duty in response to increased violence in city

Sixteen New Haven Police Department officers — who formerly held non-patrol positions — were reassigned to patrol duty effective Sunday. NHPD Chief of Police Francisco […]