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Chen to challenge state rep.

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. With Election Day fast approaching, Ward 2 Alderwoman Joyce Chen’s recent decision to […]

Fellowships open up world of opportunity

Thanks to the Seapine Fellowship, Amos Ductan ’06 spent six weeks last summer studying Spanish in Quito, Ecuador — and he didn’t have to pay […]

Condor draws big crowd to local park

This Saturday onlookers in New Haven’s Edgerton Park caught a rare glimpse of the world’s largest bird of prey. In the highlight of a two-part […]

It takes two: the Meyers ‘L.E.A.P.’ to revitalize community and the arts

If ever there was an archetype for the model citizen, Drs. Roslyn and Jerome Meyer both undoubtedly fit the bill. Since making New Haven their […]

Female astronauts push limits

From an early age, Anna Fisher dreamed of being an astronaut, even though female astronauts were excluded from the space program at the time. “I […]

City launches campaign finance reform initiative

A group of about 30 people gathered on the steps of City Hall Monday afternoon to hear New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr. and fellow […]

Swiss ambassador to U.N. talks role, goals

At a Saybrook College Master’s Tea Wednesday, Swiss ambassador to the United Nations and UNICEF president Jeno Staehelin spoke about the positive global impact of […]

Renowned history professor Blight comes to teach at Yale

With the shelves in his office full of Civil War books from his childhood, it is clear that history professor David Blight’s fascination with America’s […]

Zedillo lays blame for WTO debacle

Addressing the recent World Trade Organization conference in Cancun, Mexico, Yale Center for the Study of Globalization Director and former Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo GRD […]

Activism, apathy reign in different Yale departments

Mathematics professor Harald Helfgott says his mother always told him never to cross a picket line. Helfgott, whose class, “Introduction to Number Theory,” now meets […]

NAACP lawyer Gupta ’96 extolls public service

When Vanita Gupta ’96 saw that one-tenth of the black population of Tulia, Texas, had been arrested on drug charges based solely on the unsubstantiated […]