Emiliano Tahui Gómez
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Alders debate BOE nominee

Members of New Haven’s Latino community crowded the back aisles of the aldermanic chambers on Monday night, waving signs in opposition to the confirmation of […]

New Haven divided on Columbus legacy

Years following a heated debate about the legacy of John C. Calhoun and the renaming of a residential college at the University, members of the […]

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Elm City residents protest Ecuadorian pact

Against the backdrop of anti-government posters denouncing the Ecuadorian government, Elm City residents on Friday protested a recent Ecuadorian economic agreement. In the wake of […]

ULA thinks about action plans

For many members of New Haven’s immigrant community, Monday nights at the People’s Center on Howe Street mark a time for community organization and planning. […]

EAC talks sustainability

This December, New Haven will compete for the state’s highest award in the sport of sustainability. On Wednesday night, members of New Haven’s Environment Advisory […]

New market to open on Ashmun Street

Since the start of the school year, undergrads walking to class have passed by an unlabeled construction project inside a small University building across from […]

Students enjoy College Night on Broadway

On Thursday evening, College Night drew scores of students to Broadway for a night of excitement. The biannual event, sponsored by the University’s Office of […]

Peabody presents “Hops and History”

Some 10,000 years ago, beer transformed the way we as humans viewed agriculture. It helped ignite the agricultural revolution, which involved a shift towards sedentism. […]

Yale Dems endorse Elicker

On Monday, the Yale College Democrats issued its endorsement for this year’s mayoral primary, urging Yale students to support Justin Elicker FES ’10 SOM ’10 […]

First-Year Scholars program to expand

The First-Year Scholars at Yale program — designed to “facilitate and enhance” first-generation, low-income students’ transition to Yale — will expand next year to accommodate […]

Lamont reaches 100 days milestone

In honor of the traditional benchmark, Lamont and Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz ’83 met with their post-election transition committee to reflect on their progress so far.