Claire Stanford
Blumenthal tackles GOP’s ‘misguided’ domestic policy

Expressing disappointment about the limited role the federal government has taken in recent lawsuits, Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal LAW ’73 spoke to an intimate […]

Public health students get a taste of Saudi culture

On Sept. 11, 2001, Yale public health professor J. Gregory Payne received a phone call from Prince Faisal Al Saud of Saudi Arabia. Al Saud, […]

Yale alum reaches finals in Sept. 11 memorial contest

In the weeks after Sept. 11, 2001, New York architect Edwin Zawadzki GRD ’96 and his wife and partner Mason Wickham observed dozens of impromptu […]

Ex-dean Richards wins Gish award

Legendary director Lloyd Richards, former dean of the Yale School of Drama, will take the stage himself Wednesday at New York City’s Hudson Theatre. Instead […]

Nonviolence on TV for area high schoolers

WEST HAVEN — Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro said public figures have a lot to learn from the thoughts of Connecticut youths, and she went back to […]

Group sends computers to rural India

In India, Gandhi Day is celebrated with parades and festivities. But in New Haven, a group of Yale students and New Haven residents celebrated the […]

Committee to address substance abuse issues

New Haven’s new Office of Substance Abuse Policy and Prevention Commission, or OSAPP, had its first meeting last week to begin discussing strategies for addressing […]