Gillian Gillers
Museum festival educates on environmental issues

Sarah Clark built a pile of wooden blocks at her booth in the Peabody Museum. She removed one block, and the pile collapsed. “If each […]

New buses hit local streets

Passengers riding the public bus can now climb aboard with improved ease, thanks to the deployment of 42 new Connecticut Transit buses in New Haven […]

Students gain new service options

Community service opportunities will become more plentiful for students this semester, with the debut of two Community Based Learning options for “Urban Poverty and Policy,” a […]

Unique Chinese art comes to gallery

Chinese artist Mu Xin secretly created 33 landscape paintings while he was under house arrest from 1977 to 1979, during the aftermath of the Cultural […]

ECCO offers affordable city housing

When Elm City Congregations Organized (ECCO) surveyed churchgoers several years ago, 430 people expressed interest in buying affordable housing. ECCO — an alliance of churches […]

Dwight Hall to renovate

Dwight Hall officials will launch a $6 million, three-year capital campaign next month to fund extensive renovations and build the community service umbrella organization’s endowment. […]

Shelter policy strives to prevent overflow

Edward Lopez calls New Haven’s overflow shelter by 6 p.m. every day, if he is not already there, to reserve bed 202. Under the city’s […]

Arts Council spotlights members

David Ottenstein ’82 likes to take black-and-white photographs of old, dilapidated buildings. Ottenstein, a member of the Arts Council of Greater New Haven, now has […]

Craft show aims to sell American handiwork

Once customers discover the Celebration of American Crafts, they will return every year, said executive director of Creative Arts Workshop (CAW) Susan Smith. Celebration of […]

Homeless residence to open in spring

New Haven’s Ninth Square is an eclectic community of restaurants, art spaces and mom-and-pop stores. This spring, a new residence to help the homeless get […]

SCSU coach fired over nude photos

Robert Beach, the cheerleading coach at Southern Connecticut State University, was fired from the position Monday after six digital photographs of nude women were found […]