Catharine Livingston
AIDS activists in New Haven raise awareness

As the number of AIDS patients in New Haven declines, the population of HIV-infected people in the city continues to rise. HIV/AIDS service providers want […]

City’s latest homeless count nears 4,000

According to New Haven’s latest homeless count — perhaps the most extensive to date — an estimated 3,755 people in the city are homeless at […]

Overflow homeless shelter reopens

Thanks to a large community fund-raising effort, tents for homeless people will not be pitched across the New Haven Green this fall. The Overflow Men’s […]

Local group fighting to fund overflow shelter

New Haven has one week — and still tens of thousands of dollars to raise — before it causes nearly 100 homeless men, currently living […]

City homeless count likely overlooks teens

The New Haven Continuum of Care has yet to release figures from February’s homeless count, but one fact is already clear: a certain pocket of […]

‘Street Theater’ raises funds, awareness for homeless

Just as the sun started to break through on Saturday afternoon, members of the homeless advocacy group Respect Line began planting their colorful signs and […]

With war, schools comfort, prepare

SInce the war broke out, New Haven’s public schools have made efforts to ensure the safety and comfort of their students. Schools are working to […]

Liberty Safe Haven to help combat homelessness

A new solution to combat chronic homelessness in New Haven is coming to town. Next winter, Liberty Safe Haven will open on State Street and […]

Public School interns try to streamline volunteer efforts

The first time Yan Yang ’05 went back to visit her old high school, she was mistaken for a regular student. She remembers the way […]

City students show improved test scores

The Connecticut Mastery Test scores for 2002 are in, and while not every public school in New Haven reached the state goal, the city’s public […]

City’s Latinos demand more Yale jobs

Another group has joined in the struggle for better relations with Yale. In addition to union workers, graduate students, and hospital workers, New Haven’s Latino […]