Charlotte McDonald
YIRA observes Haiti elections

Haiti’s presidential palace is in ruins, but the country held elections for the job Sunday nonetheless — and a group of Yalies were on hand […]

Morse rededicated

Inside the college now flaunting right angles, administrators and students praised the Morse College’s recent renovation, at a rededication ceremony Friday afternoon. University President Richard […]

YCC pushes language certificates

After a proposal for academic minors was voted down by the faculty last year, YCC President Jeff Gordon ’12 said the YCC is working on […]

Admins take hard line on alcohol

From Pierson’s Inferno dance to liquor-treating in the residential colleges, to the traditional Yale Symphony Orchestra concert in Woolsey Hall, this Halloween weekend was full […]

New Yorker writer talks modern essay

English majors, take note: Louis Menand, Pulitzer Prize-winning writer and staff reporter for the New Yorker, does not write drafts. Fifty Yale students and professors […]

New Haven expands recycling program

Since the August overhaul of New Haven’s recycling program, the curbside recycling rate for the Westville neighborhood has soared from 11 to almost 30 percent. […]

360 State introduces market

There was a buzz in the air at last night’s public information meeting on a new grocery store planned for downtown New Haven. About 100 […]

Panel says lack of grocer affects public health

The March closing of the city’s only supermarket, the Shaw’s on Whalley Avenue, has hurt city residents’ health, panelists told students in William L. Harkness […]