Martha Fulford
Alderman looks into traffic ticket complaints

Parking tickets may be a reality in any urban community, but now a New Haven alderman is questioning the fairness of the city’s ticketing policies. […]

Comedy group’s prank angers victims

In the last week of November, about 15 students participated in an audition for “Un Certain Type de Col Roule” — “A Certain Type of […]

AIDS activist is New Haven hero

When she retired after 31 years of teaching, Elsie Cofield thought she had accomplished all of her goals. The wife of the Rev. Curtis M. […]

Administrators: protecting free speech is top goal

Two weeks after controversy erupted over the removal of an alleged hate sign from Durfee Hall, Yale administrators said the situation could have been handled […]

New space for ritzy yachts in harbor

New Haven may soon be a destination of luxurious yachts, thanks to a new development in the city’s harbor. Three new moorings that will allow […]

Yale grad offers pricey admissions advice

For some aspiring Ivy League students, the first year of college ultimately may end up costing more than $60,000. Former Yale admissions office employee Katherine […]

Film group has liberal bent

Members of the Berkeley People’s Film Society, a left-leaning organization revived last year, said they hope to attract both sympathizers and critics. This approach seems […]

E-mail comes of age for admin.

E-mail has become ubiquitous at Yale. “I check it, it’s always on in my office. I read it whenever I’m at my desk,” Dean of […]

Artists and actors fond of new Green Hall

Holcombe T. Green Jr. Hall is not on the online map of Yale campus. It is not listed among the buildings, either. “The general public […]