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Scholar Wallerstein dies at 54

Political science professor Michael Wallerstein, one of the world’s leading political economists, died of brain cancer Saturday at his home in New Haven. He was […]

Elm City unveils youth policy

New Haven officials have begun implementing new policies that aim to improve academic performance and create new opportunities for the city’s public school students. Under […]

Univ. cancels DeVane lectures

Yale President Richard Levin’s office has canceled the DeVane Lecture Series in a last-minute move after the University found itself unable to schedule a speaker […]

Group to check lighting

New Haven Action, an organization that focuses on nonpartisan community issues, has launched a campaign to increase street lighting in the city, starting with the […]

Students to boycott Toad’s over controversial performers

The Queer Political Action Committee has announced a boycott against Toad’s Place for hosting a number of allegedly homophobic artists. The organization will embark on […]

Rapper sparks dissent

A performance by controversial rapper Buju Banton at Toad’s Place last week drew protests from a group of Yale students, who led chants outside the […]

YCC to seek opinion on CCL

The Yale College Council will launch a student survey on University proposals to create a coffee shop in Cross Campus Library as part of the […]

Students to protest at Toad’s

The Queer Political Action Committee plans to stage a protest against Toad’s Place on Sunday for hosting allegedly homophobic rapper Buju Banton. The rapper’s controversial […]

Wish List opens Elm City location

Over 30 people gathered on York Street yesterday for the official opening of fashion retail store Wish List, the latest addition to the Broadway Shopping […]

Pepper ’93 loses race for mayor

Ohio state Sen. Mark Mallory defeated Councilman David Pepper ’93 LAW ’99 in the Cincinnati mayoral race Tuesday night. Though Pepper, the son of Vice […]

Patten, students talk security issues

Following the recent resignations and retirements of officers, the Yale Police Department has found itself understaffed and is relying on overtime work to maintain the […]