Keenan Miller
Staff Reporter
Keenan Miller covers transportation in and around the Elm City. He was born and raised in Juneau, Alaska, and is a sophomore in Davenport College majoring in English and psychology.
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Elis for Rachael holds candlelight vigil for suicide prevention

In a candlelight vigil on Saturday evening, the mental health advocacy group Elis for Rachael gathered to share their own experiences with mental health challenges and their commitment to the cause of suicide prevention.

“Soft Apples” to debut at Yale Cabaret this weekend

The new play explores the violence that theater can inflict.

Avelo announces three new destinations; Yalies react

On Tuesday, Avelo Airlines announced three new flight routes that will operate to and from Tweed-New Haven airport, its East Coast base, beginning May 26. […]

Avelo Airlines holds 100 day celebration, looks to collaboration with New Haven

The beginning of operations in New Haven has flown by.

New Haven transportation disrupted by Nor’easter

Approximately eight inches of snow and strong winds threw the city’s transportation systems into flux this weekend, when many Yalies had planned to travel back […]

New Haven’s young climate activists ask for the gift of a healthy future

New Haven Climate Movement holds rally advocating for public-health-oriented climate action.

Board of Education Passes Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Youth Policy

The New Haven Board of Education has approved a long-awaited policy intended to support the district’s transgender and gender non-conforming students.

Where do Yalies nap?

Where do Yalies nap? Most of the time, not in their own bedrooms. Yalies are busy, Yalies are sleep deprived, Yalies are doing things everywhere […]


Until I came to Yale, I didn’t think people actually used umbrellas — at least, not for their intended purpose.  Umbrellas, in our cultural imagination, […]

Student author shares new book on Hurricane Maria experience

At an Oct. 15 event at the Yale Bookstore, Salvador Gómez-Colón ’25 spoke about his book “Hurricane: My Story of Resilience,” about his experience living […]

Yale Schola Cantorum hosts virtual Evensong performance

On Friday, the Yale Schola Cantorum staged a virtual Evensong performance — its first concert of the 2021-22 season — at the Berkeley Divinity School.  Founded […]