Jacob Stern
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
Title IX complaints hover at 82

Yale received 82 complaints of sexual misconduct between Jan. 1 and June 30 this year, up just one from the last six-month reporting period, according […]

Patagonia store to open at 1 Broadway

A new Patagonia store will open later this month at 1 Broadway.

New Haven sees unusually violent weekend; no fatalities

New Haven saw a bank robbery, three shootings and two additional instances of gunfire between June 10 and 11.

Local 33 protesters march on Old Campus, end fast

As the class of 2017 gathered for Commencement on Old Campus, more than a thousand graduate students and union allies marched through downtown New Haven.

In Class Day speech, Theo Epstein ’95 urges graduates to defy convention

Epstein, this year’s Class Day speaker, told the story of the Cubs’ epic extra-innings victory over the Cleveland Indians in Game 7 of the World Series last November, stressing the importance of opening oneself to others.

Lieberman ’64 LAW ’67 leading candidate for FBI director

Just over a week after President Donald Trump’s controversial firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey, Joseph Lieberman ’64 LAW ’67 has emerged […]

Car crashes into Pacifico Restaurant

No one was seated outside at the time of the accident, and no pedestrians were injured, according to Moe Gad, Pacifico’s owner.

Local 33 members stage sit-in; 23 arrested

Of the 23 protesters, three were taken into custody on charges of interference and disorderly conduct despite being offered court summons

Police clear bomb threat at New Haven courthouse

The New Haven County Courthouse was evacuated at around 11:00 a.m. Wednesday morning due to a bomb threat, according to court personnel. Just after noon, […]

Enrique De La Cruz named Branford College head

Enrique De La Cruz, a professor of molecular biophysics and biochemistry, will serve as the next head of Branford College, University President Peter Salovey announced […]

State Democrats laud sanctuary city ruling

Connecticut Democrats celebrated a San Francisco judge's temporary injunction preventing Trump from withholding funds from localities that restrict their cooperation with federal immigration enforcement.