Christopher Peak
Death penalty repeal to hit House floor

After more than 10 hours of debate, the state Senate last Thursday approved a measure replacing the death penalty with life in prison without parole […]

One Button Wenzel relaunches, expands

The website that made Wenzels available with the click of a button now offers more than just the popular sandwiches from Elm Street’s Alpha Delta […]

Small liquor stores protest reform

Small liquor store owners are protesting a package of reforms to liquor laws announced by Gov. Dannel Malloy last month. Malloy proposed a number of […]

Despite protests, Secure Communities arrives

Despite resistance from city and state officials, a controversial immigration enforcement program will begin operation today in Connecticut. Secure Communities, a U.S. Immigration and Customs […]

Assassins returns in altered form

In overseeing a class-wide game of “Assassins,” the Sophomore Class Council has taken special measures this year to avoid the pitfalls that led to the […]

Officials protest Secure Communities program

City and state officials gathered at City Hall Monday afternoon to protest Secure Communities, a federal immigration enforcement program they said would hurt community policing […]

Implications of ICE suit still unclear

While immigrants’ rights advocates lauded Monday’s settlement between the U.S. government and 11 New Haven men arrested in a 2007 raid by federal immigration agents, […]

Sex Week offers STI testing

During the final two days of Sex Week 2012, over 100 students were screened for sexually transmitted infections in what organizers called the first testing […]

Yale stands by drug policy

In response to a change in state law last summer that decriminalized possession of less than a half-ounce of marijuana, the University of Connecticut announced […]

Yalies march for life

Over two dozen Yalies will march in Washington, D.C. today along with thousands of pro-life supporters in protest of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision […]

New course draws guest lecturers

Political science professor Jacob Hacker GRD ’00 is listed as the instructor for “Gateway to American Public Policy,” but by the end of the semester, […]