Lindsay Starck
Livengood ’07 hosts open discussion

Ward 1 Aldermanic candidate Rebecca Livengood ’07 hosted an open discussion Wednesday to encourage interested Yale students to talk about issues in New Haven, ranging […]

State may ban use of phones while driving

The bumper-sticker message “Hang up and drive” is being echoed by Connecticut state legislators, who are considering a ban on the use of handheld phones […]

Pig cells may help restore spinal cords

A study published by scientists at the Yale Center for Neuroscience and Regeneration Research suggests the inner lining of a pig’s nose could be used […]

Buddhist vigil honors tsunami victims

Yalies braved the howling winds Saturday night to commemorate the Sri Lankan tsunami disaster in an oasis of warmth, candlelight and peace in Battell Chapel. […]

Red Sox show trophy to city

A cheering crowd warmed a chilly Wednesday afternoon when representatives of the Boston Red Sox visited New Haven to present their World Series trophy to […]

Conn. proposes new commuter rail service to Mass., Hartford

North Haven Recreational Center buzzed with energy Wednesday as community members from greater New Haven enthusiastically debated proposed changes in area train service. Citizens voiced […]

Lecture demystifies election process for audience

In a pessimistic take on the upcoming presidential race, Norman J. Ornstein, an election analyst for CBS News, said a close election could result in […]

Renovations bring dining, new theater

After waiting nearly seven months, Yalies and New Haven residents alike will soon be able to delight in a state-of-the-art movie theater and fine-dining complex […]