Hannah Qu
Staff Reporter
Hannah Qu covers Housing and Homelessness. Previously she covers Cops and Courts. Originally from Jinan, China, she is a sophomore in Trumbull College majoring in English.
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COVID-19 cases rise in Yale and New Haven

In recent weeks, COVID-19 cases have steadily risen within Yale University and the greater New Haven area.

Connecticut panel hosts inaugural meeting to address racism in public health

Bill SB 1 established a 28-member commission which will make recommendations to decrease the effect of racism on public health. The commission held its first meeting on Nov. 17.

Brewery planned for Fair Haven heads to West Haven; city officials disappointed

New England Brewing Co.’s relocation plan changes from Fair Haven to West Haven. West Haven welcomed NEBCO while Republican councilman Cohen questioned the integrity of the selection process.

Music School denies Chinese social media rumors that detained pianist Yundi Li was offered a tenured professor role

After Chinese pianist Yundi Li was detained for hiring a sex worker on Oct. 22, a rumor on Chinese social media claimed Li was appointed to Music School faculty; The Yale School of Music denied the allegations.

O’Connell, Joyner face off for BOE seat

Republican candidate James O’Connell is facing off against incumbent Democratic candidate Edward Joyner — who has refused to engage in public debate — for a spot on the Board of Education.

With machine learning, Yale researchers peer into brain networks involved in child aggression

Machine learning shows that brain networks can predict child aggression, Yale study finds.

Flint water crisis lowered birth weight, Yale study finds

Researchers from the Yale School of Public Health, or YSPH, found that babies born to mothers who were exposed to contaminated water from the Flint […]

Facing federal charge, New Haven-area Rep. DiMassa steps down from House seat

DiMassa faces a charge of wire fraud for allegedly stealing over $600,000 from West Haven.

Senior film majors frustrated by University policy requiring actors to be masked while shooting

Filmmakers at Yale are adding new props to their senior projects this year: masks. Based on University COVID-19 policy, all students participating in short films […]

NHPD recruitment efforts target local residents

Facing an officer shortage, the New Haven Police Department has taken steps towards their goal of recruiting more local residents to the force, including canvassing […]

Yale psychology professor Jennifer Richeson appointed to Biden administration council

Professor Jennifer Richeson was recently appointed as one of thirty leaders in President Biden’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, or PCAST.  Richeson — who […]