Egidio DiBenedetto
Suspect in doctor’s murder asks to be own lawyer

Lishan Wang, the man accused in the shooting of Yale postdoctoral clinical fellow Vajinder Toor made a request in New Haven Superior Court on Tuesday […]

Future of Rudy’s lot remains unclear

Yalies looking to enjoy late night beer, billiards or frites all under one roof will have to set their sights on Chapel Street in the […]

Prescott S. Bush Jr. ’44 dies at 87

Prescott S. Bush Jr. ’44, brother of former President George H.W. Bush ’48 and uncle of former President George W. Bush ‘68, died Wednesday in […]

After 48 years, Clark’s Dairy to close Sunday

After 48 years of legendary milkshakes, late-night grilled cheeses and root beer floats, Clark’s Dairy, the iconic Whitney Avenue diner, will close shop Sunday for […]

Suspicious package closes Tweed for 3 hours

Tweed New Haven Airport was shut down for approximately three hours today after an employee noticed a suspicious package at the front doors to the […]

Accused murderer to give DNA sample

Lishan Wang, the man accused of murdering Yale postdoctoral fellow Vajinder Toor, was ordered in court this morning to give a saliva sample of his […]

360 State grocer may be co-op

Just over 10 years ago, the downtown area of Burlington, Vt., was left without a supermarket when its primary grocery provider went out of business. […]

Morse protests survey results

A horde of furious Morsels laid siege to the News’ headquarter shortly after midnight Friday, protesting their last-place rating in the residential college satisfaction survey […]

Aldermen weigh grocer incentives for Shaw’s lot

New Haven is considering offering a tax incentive to attract a large-scale grocer to the former Shaw’s lot on Whalley Avenue. At the Board of […]

‘Yaliens’ own New York City

(Photo: The New York Observer) For all Yale students who dream of living in New York City this summer or after graduation, an article in […]

In-class pranks peeve professors

In the middle of one of Professor Alexander Nemerov’s GRD ’92 packed “Introduction to Art History” lectures on a Wednesday afternoon last month, a student […]