Catharine Livingston
Snow postpones city tree-lighting ceremony

Thursday night, only a few people — instead of a crowd of several thousand — trudged through the snow to the New Haven Green. Thursday’s […]

Wild turkeys make comeback in Conn.

  Many people will see a turkey on the Thanksgiving table next week, but they might also spot one flying across the Merritt Parkway. The […]

Cut-a-thon fights homelessness

Galaxy Hair Salon opened its doors for an extra day this week. On Sunday, the salon hosted “Clip ‘n Go,” a cut-a-thon to raise money […]

New library slated for Hill community

Residents of New Haven’s Hill neighborhood have been without a library for 15 years. Now a plan is underway to complete construction of a new […]

Bradford ’93 shares tales, tips and tunes

Arthur Bradford ’93 strummed his guitar as he read “Mollusks,” a story from his book, “Dogwalker.” The story is about two men who find a […]

Talks bring together varied disciplines

Ramamurti Shankar promised he would use only one equation in his entire talk on quantum physics. “If I write two,” he said before his lecture, […]

Brown ’66 speaks about global HIV/AIDS crisis

Jonathan Brown ’66 has held only one job since graduating from Yale College — working for the World Bank. Brown, operations adviser for the World […]