Daniela Brighenti
Staff Reporter
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Stricter recruiting rules proposed

The Ivy League has proposed legislation to the NCAA that would limit how early prospective student-athletes can be recruited by coaches, the conference announced Wednesday.

No plans for new fitness center

In February 2008, a report by the Study Group to Consider New Residential Colleges made it clear that should the undergraduate student body expand, the University would require additional fitness spaces.

House Salon highlights local artists and collectors

For the last 18 years, artists from across Connecticut have opened their doors to exhibit their work in the traditional City-Wide Open Studios. This weekend, a group of art collectors will do the same, using their passion for art as a way to raise funds for the upcoming edition of CWOS.

Appeal granted in state education case

Connecticut Supreme Court Chief Justice Chase Rogers on Tuesday granted an appeal against the court’s earlier decision that the state’s education funding system is unconstitutional.

CT Superior Court appeal extends lawsuit

Just a week after a Connecticut Superior Court ruling in the Connecticut Coalition for Justice in Education Funding v. Rell case declared the state’s educational system “unconstitutional” on Sept. 7, Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen filed an appeal to the ruling with the Connecticut Supreme Court on Sept. 15.

Yale denies all charges in Montague lawsuit

Montague, who was expelled in February for violating the school’s sexual misconduct policies, filed a lawsuit on June 9 alleging, among other things, that his expulsion represented a breach of contract, a violation of his rights under Title IX, breach of confidentiality and defamation.

Two teenagers shot in Newhallville

Two New Haven teenagers were shot in the Newhallville neighborhood area Friday afternoon, according to a press release from New Haven Police Department spokesman David Hartman.

Settlement unlikely in Montague case

New documents filed in U.S. District Court over the course of the last week indicate that a settlement is not likely in the lawsuit former men’s basketball captain Jack Montague filed against Yale in June.

City awaits new police chief

More than a week after New Haven Police Department Chief Dean Esserman resigned, the city has not yet launched the search for his replacement.

Proposal suggests revamped Yale golf course

A proposal to construct a top-notch golf facility in nearby Woodbridge, Connecticut and upgrade the well-known Course at Yale is currently awaiting consideration by the University and the city of New Haven.

Court rules educational system unconstitutional

A Connecticut Superior Court ruling thrust state educational disparities into the spotlight last week when it declared various aspects of the state’s educational system unconstitutional.