New Haven Democratic primary sees low voter turnout

23.7 percent of eligible voters cast their ballots in mayoral and alder primary elections last week, which was significantly lower than in the last competitive mayoral primary in 2019.

First AACC-MENA PLs reflect on progress toward greater recognition, cultural house

The inaugural AACC-MENA peer liaisons discuss the challenges of establishing institutional support for Middle Eastern-North African students and future goals for the program.

Incumbent Jeanette Morrison wins re-election in Ward 22

Six-term incumbent Alder Jeanette Morrison won re-election over Anthony Geritano ’20 with 82.7 percent of the vote.

Beinecke event highlights failed effort to make New Haven the site of America’s first HBCU

The Beinecke Library hosted an event to commemorate the unsuccessful attempt to establish the first HBCU in America in New Haven.

Long-term exposure to COVID-19 associated with reduced vaccine efficacy, Yale researchers find

A study led by the Yale School of Public Health and Yale School of Medicine, in collaboration with the Connecticut Department of Correction, found that high levels of exposure to the virus are negatively associated with vaccination efficacy and naturally acquired immunity.

Extracurricular Bazaar draws hundreds of students

This Sunday’s Extracurricular Bazaar at The Schwarzman Center provided students an opportunity to learn about the hundreds of organizations and activities available on campus.