Lavinia Borzi
Staff Reporter
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First snowfall blankets campus

Students awoke Wednesday morning to a bright sky and clear walkways. But around 10:00 a.m., flecks of snow began to drift onto campus — increasing […]

Snow poses no major danger, just “cold and gross”

As the snow blankets campus and the Elm City, New Haven officials are prepared to respond but do not expect the snow to pose a […]

Snow blankets Elm City in white

It’s snowing! The first snow of the semester hit New Haven early Wednesday morning, but the University’s emergency preparations team is staying put for now. […]

Number of registered voters in New Haven soars

On Election Day, New Haven voters are stepping up and taking an active part in this historic day. As of Monday night, voter registration in […]

Scenes from the YSO Show

Have you been living under a rock for the past month? Didn’t manage to get a ticket for the Yale Symphony Orchestra’s Halloween Show? Don’t […]

A new kind of theater

This weekend, New Haven residents will get one last chance to see their library transformed into a stage. The New Haven volunteer theater company A […]

City reprints absentee ballots after omitting one question

After New Haven officials left out one question for absentee ballots to be used in the upcoming election, Elm City officials have started efforts to […]

City, University prepare for rough winter

While national weather forecasts have predicted a particularly freezing and snowy winter, city and University officials are confident they can handle the rough weather. Yale […]

Students criticize Safety’s end

Students have expressed confusion and frustration in response to yesterday’s news that Silliman College’s annual Safety Dance has come to an end. The decision to […]

Safety dance canceled

Silliman College has decided to cancel all future Safety Dances after eight hospitalizations followed Saturday’s event. In a Monday night email to the News following […]

Yale Club of NYC plans funding initiative

The Yale Club of New York City is outlining plans to begin funding undergraduate organizations ­— particularly those representing cultural and racial minorities on campus […]