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Faculty recruitment declines

As administrators look for more ways to tighten the budget, department chairs said they worry important faculty searches could be the next to go. In […]

Panel discusses impact of offensive cartoons

Days after Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard’s visit to campus this past Thursday, a panel discussion held Tuesday in Linsly-Chittenden Hall, titled “The Cartoons that Shook […]

In city schools, looks can be deceiving

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Cartoonist’s visit causes stir

Four years and a day after cartoons of the prophet Muhammad appeared in a Danish newspaper, Yale’s campus was abuzz with disagreement over those very […]

Cartoonist ‘was provoked’

Defending his controversial cartoons of Muhammad published in 2005, Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard said, “I don’t want to run away in this situation.” “But you […]

Government shortens FAFSA application

As part of an effort to make higher education affordable to a wider range of students, the Obama administration has moved to substantially shorten the […]

Students protest transport rules

A group of local students took to the New Haven Green on Friday, protesting that a long-standing school transportation rule is infringing on their freedom […]

Q&A | After 34 years, Claire’s still going strong

Today, Claire’s Corner Copia is celebrating its 35th anniversary a year early. Claire Criscuolo, the owner of the Chapel Street mainstay, said her secret to […]

Briefly: Shuttle to extend free service to connect Union Station and the Green

The Union Station shuttle will extend its free weekday services to the Green, City Hall spokeswoman Jessica Mayorga announced in a Tuesday press release. The […]

Board of Aldermen votes to lure BoltBus

The Board of Aldermen voted Tuesday night to encourage the low-cost BoltBus to extend its services to New Haven. Ward 22 Alderman Greg Morehead sponsored […]