Matthew Stone
Book authors, community members recall May Day protests

In commemoration of the 1970 “May Day” protests in New Haven, three Yale alumni who witnessed the events discussed their new book before an audience of former protesters, students and National Guardsmen at the New Haven Museum Tuesday evening.

Harp discusses city vision with NAACP

Mayor Toni Harp addressed a room full of community leaders and members of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People about her vision for New Haven and the progress her administration is making in its effort to improve community life.

Two years in, financial literacy workshops remain a success

Over two years, an alumni-led project to provide financial literacy education has reached an audience of exactly 2,650 Yale College and Graduate School students.

Human rights activists gather to discuss horrors

Speaking before dozens of students Thursday evening, human rights activists argued for continued study and protest against oppressive regimes.

City crime prevention program receives national support

A New Haven crime prevention and youth development program has caught the attention of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency.

FOOTBALL: Tight ends healthy, ready for Harvard

As they march into the biggest weekend of their season, the Elis have more than just their eight wins, five-game winning streak and undefeated record on the road to give them momentum. They also have their two veteran tight ends back.

Transgender author discusses self-discovery

On Tuesday evening, transgender activist and author Janet Mock visited campus to discuss her journey to self-discovery and recently published book, the New York Times bestseller “Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love, & So Much More.”

New Haven commended for LGBT inclusion

For the second year in a row, New Haven has earned a perfect score on the 2014 Municipal Equality Index, a metric for LGBT inclusion.

Student groups present new shirt designs for the Game

This year students can expect shirts for the Harvard-Yale game that have longer sleeves, steeper prices and slogans ranging from “The classiest game shirt” to “Huck Farvard.”

University celebrates Veterans Day

Yesterday, hundreds of Yale students, faculty, staff, ROTC members and veterans joined in a ceremony at Beinecke Plaza to commemorate those who have fallen and celebrate those who have served.

Bass Library may add phone chargers

Students may soon have access to borrowable phone chargers at the Bass Library Circulation Desk.