Casey Sumner
Malloy to speak at Democratic National Convention

As Democrats from around the country converge on the party convention in Charlotte, N.C., this week, Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy will play a direct role […]

Mysterious email calls for another YCC runoff

An email to students Wednesday afternoon lampooned the recent confusion over the Yale College Council presidential race. “YCC Elections Committee” — email address — […]

Minority aldermen address city problems

Ward 28 Alderwoman Claudette Robinson-Thorpe delivered the Black and Hispanic Caucus’s annual State of the City Address before the Board of Aldermen and about thirty […]

State Senate OKs death penalty repeal

HARTFORD — Early this morning, Connecticut took a critical step toward making the state’s death penalty a thing of the past. After nearly 12 hours […]

Aldermen lend ex-offenders a hand

Thanks to a unanimous vote by the Board of Aldermen Monday night, it will soon be easier for ex-offenders to obtain street vendor licenses from […]

Lukewarm reaction to weight loss drugs

  A new weight loss drug recently approved by an Food and Drug Administration panel has received a mixed response from two Yale professors. A […]

McMahon proposes middle class tax cuts

As the August primary election draws closer, the race for Connecticut’s Republican Senate nomination is heating up. Last Wednesday, in her first press conference since […]

Dilapidated HGS awaits renovation

As the Hall of Graduate Studies approaches its 80th birthday, the deterioration of the building has begun to take a toll on some of its […]

Transparency of financial markets questioned

More information may not always make markets work better, say two Yale professors. A new paper by Gary Gorton, a professor at the School of […]

Hot hand effect shown again

When bowlers talk about having “hot hands,” they may be onto something. A new study by Gur Yaari, a Yale pathology postdoctoral associate, and mathematics […]

Calabresi ’51 MED ’55 honored at Cancer Center

With a lecture and the rededication of a conference room Tuesday, the Yale Cancer Center honored Paul Calabresi ’51 MED ’55, a former Yale professor […]