Matthew Lloyd-Thomas
Staff Reporter
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Yale Security considers union switch

With the expiration of its current labor contract looming, the Yale Security Department is facing internal division over a potential union change.

Unions demonstrate on Cross Campus

Union members gathered in front of Sterling Memorial Library at noon yesterday to show the solidarity and strength of organized labor at Yale.

Tensions between Yale, unions escalate

Union members and leaders will gather on the steps of Sterling Memorial Library at noon today with balloons and birthday cake to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the first clerical and technical workers’ strike at Yale.

Yale eyes federal financial aid legislation

As lawmakers in Washington, D.C. gear up to potentially pass new legislation on federal student aid, universities across the country — including Yale — are paying close attention.

Safety concerns emerge in dining dispute

As Dining workers and administrators discuss concerns about the relocation of certain dining services to the new Culinary Support Center, some employees are expressing unease about their chances of being injured on the job.

Yale-NUS changes course on banned film

Two days after saying they planned to show a film banned in the rest of Singapore, Yale-NUS administrators have adjusted their plans.

Residential colleges contractor likely sealed

The bid to construct Yale’s two new residential colleges — the most lucrative construction project in Connecticut’s recent memory — will likely go to a contractor with an office in New Haven.

Local 35 files complaint against Yale

In a further escalation of the conflict between Yale’s labor unions and the University, Local 35 — the University’s blue-collar union — has filed a complaint with the national board charged with investigating unfair labor practices.

Yale-NUS to show banned film

Despite a national ban in Singapore, Yale-NUS is pressing ahead with its plans to show a film that has been deemed by the Singaporean government as a threat to the country’s security.

Relations strained between dining workers, managers

When Yale Dining workers gathered around a copy of a letter — submitted in the form of a paid advertisement to the News — bemoaning recent changes in the dining halls yesterday, a manager threw the letter out.

After 6 years, Yale site to be modernized

After six years with the same site, Yale’s Office of Public Affairs and Communications (OPAC) is partnering with Information Technology Services (ITS) to completely redesign the home page.