Jia Lynn Yang
College Dems round up votes on campus

It was five o’clock, deep into Election Day, and after 600 phone calls and 500 door hangers pushing voters to the polls, the Yale College […]

Greens now have two aldermen

The Green Party staged a minor coup in Tuesday’s aldermanic elections, achieving minority party status for the first time in New Haven history. In the […]

Lieberman reassures workers at post office

Jittery New Haven post office workers fearing another rash of anthrax attacks received a dose of comfort from their senator Friday. Connecticut Sen. Joseph Lieberman […]

Black solidarity forum draws 400

Aroneca Cotton became black one year ago when she arrived at Smith College. Having grown up in a predominantly black neighborhood, Cotton’s race had never […]

Extra hospital supplies sent to needy

In a hospital in Haiphong, Vietnam, a two-inch piece of suture is a high commodity, not to be tossed haphazardly into the trash. In the […]

City development group in question

With its multimillion dollar weight in federal grant gold, Empower New Haven is an ample reservoir of purchasing power in lagging city neighborhoods. But after […]

Ten on Newhallville ExComm resign

It was a neighborhood squabble that reached fever pitch, and when the mudslinging was done, a Newhallville community group was in shambles. Frustrated after months […]

Dwight Hall rejects proposal to change name

Overcoming fears that its name might undermine its mission, the Dwight Hall Cabinet unanimously decided against a name change Tuesday night during its annual Executive […]

Yale-New Haven enters its 175th year of service

In 175 years, Yale-New Haven Hospital has evolved from a shelter for the sick and homeless to a leading clinical pioneer — and an organization […]

Local AIDS interfaith group meets

Diagnosed with the H.I.V. virus five years ago, 36-year-old Jarvis Dennis refuses all medications. Yet his T-cells — crucial to the body’s immune system and […]

Mayorga ’03 assumes Dems’ presidency

The resignation was sudden, the replacement swift, and so the Yale College Democrats’ change in leadership last month went nearly unnoticed. Former President Abbey Hudson […]