Matthew Lloyd-Thomas
Staff Reporter
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Malloy’s budget battles far from over

Despite significant improvement in the state’s fiscal health, Connecticut continues to face a budget shortfall. A report released Thursday by Secretary of Policy and Management […]

Tour brings locals to society tombs

Fifty residents of New Haven and neighboring towns spent Monday evening criss-crossing campus as part of a walking tour of Yale’s senior societies. The tour, […]

Steve Forbes advocates free markets

After delivering a scathing critique of current government policies, publishing executive and conservative thinker Steve Forbes told a room of over 200 Thursday evening that […]

Obama races ahead in Conn. polls

After faltering in late August, President Barack Obama appears to have reaffirmed his grasp on the state’s electorate. A poll released Wednesday by the University […]

Number of Conn. uninsured declines

The share of Connecticut residents living without health insurance is on the decline, according to a Census Bureau report. The findings, part of a larger […]

Tech CEO tells students to be ‘creative,’ ‘tough’

He may have nearly been fired from his own startup, worked as a bicycle messenger, and been told to “get a job” while writing a […]

Women underrepresented in faculty, report finds

Though the female portion of the Yale faculty has increased steadily over the past decade, women remain significantly underrepresented across the University, according to a […]

Conn. death row inmates fight sentences

The trial of seven Connecticut death row inmates seeking to overturn their death penalties on the basis of judicial bias began Wednesday at the Northern […]

LLOYD-THOMAS: Yale without expectations

We all have expectations of Yale. High grades, good friends, brilliant professors. Perhaps we even expect, during our time here, to become a certain person, […]