Daniela Brighenti
Staff Reporter
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Game rivalry leveraged for Ebola relief efforts

The Harvard-Yale Ebola Challenge, a joint initiative between the schools to raise funds for and awareness of Ebola, officially kicked off with the support of Mayor Toni Harp and Dean of the Yale School of Public Health Paul Cleary.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs fall in season opener

Despite a largely even match, the woman’s basketball program was unable to secure a win in its first game of the season against St. John’s.

Ebola benefit concert promotes solidarity

Five performing groups joined together Saturday night in Battell Chapel for a benefit concert meant to increase campus awareness of Ebola and fundraise for disease relief.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Lone senior leads fourth-ranked Elis

Returning from a fourth-place finish in a much disputed Ivy League in 2014, Yale’s women’s basketball team members and coaches are optimistic about this year’s team chemistry and their season outlook.

Organic grill targets health-conscious consumers

A new organic grill opened its doors on Church Street last week, seeking to meet a growing demand of health-conscious eaters in the Elm City.

Black Expo draws attention to local, minority-owned businesses

This past weekend, hundreds of New Haven store owners crowded the Immanuel Baptist Church to rally support for their local ventures.

New magazine promotes short stories

A new undergraduate publication has recently made its way onto Yale’s literary scene.

Family of six quarantined in West Haven after return from West Africa

Police stand watch 24 hours a day outside a home in West Haven, Connecticut, where a family of six that recently traveled to West Africa remains quarantined.

City mobilizes to fight truancy

Parents are beginning to receive unexpected visits from school principals as part of the city’s latest effort to curb frequent student absenteeism in New Haven Public Schools.

HEAVYWEIGHT CREW: Elis head to 50th Head of the Charles

Yale’s crew program drove up to Boston to participate in the 50th Head of The Charles Regatta this weekend, competing in front of hundreds of thousands of fans.

Dwight residents question Marriott development

A proposal to build a new Marriott Residence Inn on Elm and Howe Streets has led to increased tension between developers and Dwight residents.