Jay Dockendorf
New Haven 20 win case

On June 29, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in favor of 20 New Haven firefighters who claimed, in a reverse discrimination suit, […]

On the ground: Watching and waiting at Ricci’s firehouse

For years, New Haven’s firefighters waited. Not a single firefighter has been promoted to captain or lieutenant since the city threw out the results of […]

Court sides with firefighters in Ricci case

The Supreme Court ruled Monday in favor of 20 New Haven firefighters who claimed in a reverse discrimination suit that they were denied promotion because […]

Watching and waiting at Frank Ricci’s firehouse

For years, New Haven’s firefighters have waited. Not a single firefighter has been promoted to captain or lieutenant since the city threw out the results […]

Stern unveils models of new colleges

School of Architecture Dean Robert A.M. Stern ARC ’65 unveiled his designs for Yale’s two new residential colleges on Thursday, presenting two structures that reflect […]

Local chefs compete for title

In a kitchen smaller than a typical seminar room, six event organizers, four reporters, three celebrity judges, two cameramen, and 16 chefs, sous-chefs, and student-assistants […]

Around New Haven

City to sell former Timothy Dwight school The city has agreed to sell the historic Timothy Dwight School building on 130 Edgewood Ave. for $4.51 […]

Former provost makes chemistry fun

Penelope Laurans, the acting master of Jonathan Edwards College, saw it coming. When former Provost Andrew Hamilton joined the Yale faculty in 1997, word began […]

A streetcar named New Haven

For the third time in city history, the New Haven Department of Transportation is considering the revival of a trolley program to run between Union […]

‘Lidless’ earns drama prize

The Yale Drama Series awarded its third annual David C. Horn Prize to “Lidless,” a play by Frances Yao-Chu Cowhig, a graduate student from the […]

Connecticut cleans its water

In spite of Connecticut’s budget woes, $135 million will likely be allocated by the state Bond Commission this Friday to improve the state’s clean water […]