James Collins
YaleStation alleged violations offer moral, legal questions

No governing body in the United States would be allowed to plagiarize an entire Web site and then pass it off as part of its […]

Clark may be eyeing Ward 7

New Haven’s next aldermanic elections are more than 13 months away, but political currents are already swirling in at least one of the city’s 30 […]

City prepares to face threats

More than 75 public officials, first responders and Yale administrators attempted to contain a virtual smallpox outbreak Tuesday, during a two-hour “tabletop scenario” designed to […]

Even in small city, security is a big concern

As a student walks to a physics class on Science Hill, the Yale and New Haven police departments patrol the streets under his feet, and […]

Cost-cutting may open redistricting plan to challenge

New Haven’s political landscape is set to change next fall under a newly approved and potentially controversial plan to redraw the city’s aldermanic wards. Members […]

Hackles rise over format of charter reform question

New Haven’s charter reform proposals will go before the electorate this fall, but not without continued controversy surrounding mayoral and aldermanic term lengths. City voters […]

Town-gown key to negotiations

Beginning late last year, an organization with strong ties to Yale’s labor unions began releasing a series of reports criticizing Yale’s role in New Haven. […]

Lee campaign casts wider net with talk in New York

NEW YORK — As the elevator stopped on the 20th floor of New York City’s venerable Yale Club yesterday afternoon, solitary pairs of alumni — […]

Redistricting could extend Yalies’ reach

Yale undergraduates will be a greater force than ever in wards 7 and 22 if the Board of Aldermen approves the newest version of a […]

Martinez reaches agreement with city over federal funding

The nation’s top public housing official ventured into one of the most blighted sections in New Haven Monday as part of his visit to Yale, […]

Students play novel role on New Haven’s political turf

Sitting behind his own desk in his own three-room office suite in New Haven City Hall, Julio Gonzalez ’99 grins as he rocks back in […]