John Besche
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Kerry and Mitchell discuss foreign policy, careers

On Saturday, former Secretary of State John Kerry ’66 welcomed former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell to the School of Management to discuss current American […]

Long Wharf hires new artistic director

New Haven’s Long Wharf Theatre has hired Jacob Padrón DRA ’08 to be its new artistic director, according to a Thursday press release. Padrón is […]

YLS discusses corruption in Peru

Tuesday afternoon, Yale Law School welcomed a panel of economists, legal experts and politicians to discuss the struggle for government transparency in Peru. The panel, […]

Two restaurants open in The Hill

Mayor Toni Harp presided over the grand opening of two new restaurants — International Tastebuds and Patty’s Caribbean Cuisine — in New Haven’s Hill neighborhood […]

Artspace kicks off 21st open studios event

Artspace, a local arts organization, kicked off its 21st annual Citywide Open Studios event in Fair Haven this past weekend. With over 420 participating artists, […]

BESCHE: For a truer Georgetown Prep

I graduated from Georgetown Prep this past May having seen Neil Gorsuch, who graduated from the school in 1985, become a Supreme Court Justice in […]

Residents seek more transparency on BOE

When it comes to approving mayoral appointees to the city’s Board of Education, many New Haven residents want more stringent regulations. At a Board of […]

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Aldermanic education committee pushes for diversity in schools

Board of Alders Education Committee member and Ward 26 Alder Darryl Brackeen held a hearing to discuss the issue of diversity in the New Haven […]