Jessamyn Blau
Fledgling Civilian Review Board seeks students

Yale students not involved in the Yale College Council have a new opportunity to participate in representative government — by policing the New Haven police. […]

Online alliance CEO steps down

After a year of changes, AllLearn, Yale’s joint e-learning effort with Stanford and Oxford universities, is facing transition yet again. In a statement issued Monday, […]

Law students, faculty protest JAG recruiters

About 200 Yale College and graduate students filled Wall Street on Friday to protest the U.S. military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy. The participants, some […]

Ward 1 Dems plan turnout efforts

Yale’s student Democrats geared up for a tough governor’s race and a new local political landscape at their first meeting Sunday. Fifteen people, including Ward […]

Plant will go on line despite protest

After 10 years in disuse, New Haven’s English Station power plant is poised to reopen this fall, prompting considerable opposition from Mayor John DeStefano Jr., […]

Following many warnings, police to hold meeting

Following the Sunday mugging of a student near Crown Street and a barrage of e-mail messages about more muggings, the Yale Police Department will hold […]

Teachers, city battle over pay scale and salaries

As Yale’s unions intensify their efforts in negotiations with the University, the New Haven Federation of Teachers is involved in its own fight with the […]

City prepares to face federal ‘No Child’ law

Over the next few years, Yalies who volunteer in New Haven’s public schools will witness the implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act, signed […]