Charlotte Hughes
Staff Reporter
Charlotte Hughes reports on climate and environmental issues in New Haven. Originally from Columbia, South Carolina, she is a freshman in Branford College majoring in English.
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Students march for Uyghur freedom before Yale-Harvard Game

Ahead of The Game, Yale Students for Uyghur Freedom called for action on the Uyghur crisis taking place in China.

In November meeting, City Planning Commission expands affordable housing

In November meeting, City Planning Commission expands affordable housing

Displaced Dominican friars welcomed by Albertus Magnus College

Dominican friars ordered to leave Saint Mary’s Church welcomed by local Albertus Magnus College, will move to 490 Prospect St. priory house.

Civilian Review Board to decide first police discipline case

In its first case, New Haven’s Civilian Review Board has requested an extension to further investigate a police misconduct case and reach a disciplinary recommendation.

Yale Institute for Global Health Seeks University affiliates

The Yale Institute for Global Health has invited Yale faculty to affiliate with the Institute in a bid to centralize global health research on campus. […]

Yale candidates for Board of Alders host town hall meeting

Two Yalies running for Board of Alders seats discuss housing affordability, public safety and the COVID-19 pandemic at a Tuesday evening town hall.

City progresses towards replacing Wooster Square monument

As New Haven celebrated both Indigenous Peoples Day and Italian Heritage Day last week, Elm City officials and community members made progress towards approving a […]

Handsome Dan makes first visit to reopened Canine Cognition Center

As per Canine By Design Board and Train, special guest Handsome Dan XIX and other University officials gathered at the Canine Cognition Center, or CCC, […]

Dwight Hall discusses how to engage with New Haven

The Dwight Hall Center for Public Service and Social Justice discussed the history of economic and racial inequity in New Haven and possible methods for […]

Outside of Dwight Hall on Old Campus
Yale researchers investigate sex differences in pain treatment outcomes

The Women’s Health Research at Yale, or WHRY, has funded a new study to research sex differences in clinical outcomes for pain treatment and for […]

Clarissa Ward featured in first Jackson Institute Afghanistan webinar

Clarissa Ward, CNN chief international correspondent, describes time spent on Afghanistan frontlines for Jackson Institute for Global Affairs webinar.

A view of Horchow Hall from the side during the daytime.