Kiddest Sinke
Staff Reporter
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Yale group hosts refugee poetry festival

Around 30 New Haven residents and Yale students gathered at the New Haven Free Public Library for Yale Students of Salaam’s first annual poetry festival […]

College transfers bond during trip

The inaugural classes in Benjamin Franklin and Pauli Murray College took a retreat.

FOOT moves to address diversity problems

The Freshman Outdoor Orientation Trips program, which has been historically limited to students who can afford the trip, has made increasing efforts to diversify its […]

New Haven celebrates women’s rights, Nasty Women exhibit

About 70 New Haven residents and artists held protest signs, white roses and colorful umbrellas outside the Institute Library on April 8, preparing to march […]

Wooster Square farmers’ market returns

Russo Park will become the weekly meeting ground for New Haven’s Wooster Square Farmers’ Market.

Legislators push for raising smoking age

Connecticut legislators are in discussions to potentially raise the state’s smoking age from 18 to 21. The bill, introduced on Feb. 10 to the Public […]

Community discusses Trump presidency

n hopes of unifying citizens, colleagues Greg Grinberg and Hanifa Washington organized an event to explore the community’s diverse needs and perspectives.

Environmental group urges reduced pesticide use

The Environmental Advisory Council recently called on the Board of Alders to take action against the excessive use of pesticides and other synthetic fertilizers in […]