Jacob Leibenluft
Annual arts festival unfazed by state budget crunch

Despite a stagnant economy forcing many arts groups to scramble for funds, New Haven’s International Festival of Arts and Ideas will not be adversely affected, […]

Five more years for popular dean duo

Yale College Dean Richard Brodhead and Graduate School Dean Susan Hockfield will be reappointed for five-year terms next July, President Richard Levin announced in a […]

Panel discusses race and unions

Labor experts and union organizers discussed the complicated history of race and ethnicity in organized labor before about 35 students at the Asian American Cultural […]

DeStefano renews attack on city’s predatory lenders

An effort by Mayor John DeStefano Jr. to pass new safeguards against high-cost loans may mean that predatory lenders in New Haven are living on […]

Tennis team shines at Yale Invitational

A telling sign of the women’s tennis team’s dominance of the singles events at the annual Yale Invitational was the fact that most of the […]