Gabriel Arana
Death penalty awareness week closes with talk, vigil

The National Week of Student Action to Abolish the Death Penalty culminated yesterday evening in a talk by an Amnesty International representative and a candlelight […]

Lieberman supports bill financing port security

U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman endorsed the Port and Maritime Security Act, currently before the Senate, during a joint press conference with New Haven Mayor John […]

Pakistani professor speaks on U.S. views of Islam

The talk was titled “Will the ‘Real’ Islam Please Stand up?” But rather than answering the question, Asma Barlas said asking for a definition of […]

Symphony director looks toward classical

After a rocky period of financial difficulty, the New Haven Symphony Orchestra is bouncing back under the new executive direction of Michael MacLeod, a Briton […]

Yale’s chaplain serves in Bosnia

The Rev. Frederick Streets, the Yale University chaplain, sits before a wooden table, brow furrowed, lips slightly parted, pondering why God allows human suffering. “I […]

Yale Boathouse may be floated to new location

The city of New Haven is attempting to save the historic Yale Boathouse that stands in the way of proposed construction along Interstate 95 by […]

Yale internships focus on community service

Altruistic Yalies hunting summer community service internships have a choice of several programs this year. The Association of Yale Alumni Community Service Fellowship, the Dwight […]

Maryland dean, students clash over newspaper

Controversy between the University of Maryland administration and an independent student daily newspaper, the Diamondback, erupted in October. An Oct. 19 meeting addressing problems at […]

Amtrak sees increase in ridership, adds trains

As travelers at New York airports see the familiar “canceled” notification on scheduling monitors, Amtrak officials expect these and other displaced voyagers to turn to […]

Woman tells of sexual servitude during WWII

Half a century after her dying, fellow “comfort women” begged her to tell their story to the world, Geum Joo Hwang is finally granting their […]

City native Jarman opens eatery

Dennis Jarman is the kind of entrepeneur New Haven is trying to attract. After leaving the city in 1976 and making it big in the […]