Finnegan Schick
Staff Reporter
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Popularity of EP&E grows

The Ethics, Politics and Economics major, known for its selective application process, became even more popular this year.

Protest staged at local Whole Foods

The sound of animal screams filled the Whole Foods Market in West Hartford on Saturday afternoon. Protesting violence against animals, 15 people stood in the aisles, the noises blaring from their cellphone speakers.

“Side Show” celebrates carnival history, culture

Sword-swallowers, fire-eaters, art critics, magicians and graduate students met under the same tent at the Yale School of Art last night.

City develops plan to keep homeless warm

With temperatures dropping into the single digits this month, local non-profits and City Hall are launching new programs to help the homeless find shelter.

In second protest of the day, demonstrators block downtown streets

Six hours after a "die-in" on Wall Street condemning the no-indictments of the police officers who killed Michael Brown and Eric Garner, protestors took to the streets to rally against police brutality, racial profiling and perceived injustices in the grand jury system.

Carter to Salovey: Punish rapists

Applause erupted in a packed Woolsey Hall Tuesday afternoon when former President Jimmy Carter called on Yale and other universities to adopt tougher penalties for sexual assault.

City garage gets a splash of color

As part of a city-wide effort to renovate and improve all of New Haven’s parking garages, the Crown Street Garage has received a new paint job.

In interview, Carter condemns sexual violence

In an interview with the News, former President Jimmy Carter decried violence against women, both abroad and in the United States.

Happiness Lab café coming to Chapel Street

Conceived in the foothills of Mt. Kilimanjaro, a new kind of coffee culture is coming to New Haven.

Locals push back on free breakfast program

A church near Wooster Square is looking to host a free breakfast program for the hungry once negotiations with the local community are complete.

New Yorker editor advocates for long-form journalism

At a Master’s Tea on Thursday, New Yorker features director Daniel Zalewski gave students in attendance a kind of writing guidance that they do not regularly get from tutors and professors.