Isabel Bysiewicz
Staff Reporter
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Yale welcomes L.L.Bean with ribbon-cutting ceremony

New Haven may still be too hot for winter wear, but L.L.Bean received a warm welcome at its official ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday afternoon. In […]

Gateway president named one of CT’s most influential black people

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Connecticut State Conference named the president of Gateway Community College one of the 100 most influential […]

Alum takes heat in FL governor’s race

Florida gubernatorial nominee and former Yale baseball captain U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis ’01, R-Fla. faced backlash this week for a remark that some interpreted as racist.

Heat wave hits Yale

As Yalies started classes on Wednesday, a heat wave swept across the Connecticut region, making for a sweaty first day of school on campus and […]

Local arts and engineering center gets new headquarters

Local officials did not use scissors to cut a ribbon at the opening ceremony celebrating the expansion of MakeHaven, a local arts and engineering center. […]

As school begins, BOE confronts budget issues

New Haven Public Schools students are set to return to the classroom on Thursday, but, behind the scenes, the Board of Education is trying to […]

Locals rally for adult education

After working in a factory for 12 years, Daniel Hernandez felt he was wasting his time at a job with no meaning. When his wife […]

School district faces budgetary confusion

First there were layoffs; then there weren’t; then there were again — but not nearly as many. For the New Haven Public Schools system and […]

While Kavanaugh was a member, DKE flew under the radar

The DKE that Kavanaugh belonged to was not the same organization that has generated negative headlines over the last decade, according to alumni.

Harp, Goldson say New Haven will reevaluate school layoffs

Mayor Toni Harp and Board of Education President Darnell Goldson announced on Monday that New Haven Public Schools will reevaluate the more than 1,000 layoffs […]

New Haven Public Schools lays off 1,100

More than 1,000 part-time and grant-funded New Haven Public Schools employees received word from the city’s Board of Education last Friday that at the end […]