Carolyn Sacco
Staff Reporter
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Yalies vie for congressional positions

Going in to Tuesday’s midterm elections, Yale graduates across the country are gearing up for several contested races for U.S. Congress. Several Yale graduates are […]

Democrats host final voting rally

The New Haven Democratic Town Committee held a Get Out To Vote rally on Monday evening, featuring Connecticut gubernatorial candidate Ned Lamont SOM ’80, Senator […]

Board of Education to create ethics committee

After recent allegations of nepotism and ethics violations shook the New Haven Board of Education in September, the Board has announced intentions to start a […]

Parent plans to sue school board

For many parents, school is a place where they can trust that teachers and administrators will keep their children safe. But for Elm City parent […]

PERIOD launches menstrual product petition

Many students across America are working to increase access to menstrual products. Joining the fight, a group of students at Yale are trying to make […]

Dixwell’s Q House to reopen by 2020

Dixwell community leader Curlena McDonald remembers regularly going to the Q House to gather and dance with students from around the Elm City. Soon, this […]

Teacher announces run for union president

The race for the helm of the New Haven Federation of Teachers is heating up as President Dave Cicarella faces challenges to his seat for […]

BOE defends mental health services

Despite controversy over the firing of district school counselors earlier this year, the New Haven Board of Education emphasized its efforts to improve mental health […]

New Haven walks against domestic violence

Despite rain and cold temperatures on Saturday, over 50 people showed up for the eighth Annual Walk Against Domestic Violence organized by Family Centered Services […]

Teen joins Connecticut Board of Education

Most teens associate their last year of high school with prom and slacking off on work, but Hillhouse High School senior Makayla Dawkins will be […]

New Haven sees test score growth

While new data shows that standardized testing scores slightly increased in New Haven Public Schools this year, the percentage of Elm City students performing at […]