Max Gladstone
Ph.D. students plan for a difficult job market

As upperclassmen scramble for recommendation letters and update their resumes in preparation for this fall’s interview season, many are only dimly aware that their teaching […]

DeStefano’s proposal stirs controversy

New Haven City Hall has struggled to clarify its position on a proposal by Mayor John DeStefano Jr. last week to issue identification cards to […]

Elm City feels impact of elevated gas prices

From businessmen on bicycles, to customers waiting in long lines at gas stations, to landscapers filling extra tanks of gas for their lawnmowers at station […]

Complaint is not first for officer

A confrontation between a Yale student and members of the New Haven Police Department last Monday is the most recent of a number of incidents […]

Pfizer opens research facility in New Haven

In a ceremony this morning, Pfizer executives, city officials, University President Richard Levin and Provost Andrew Hamilton celebrated the opening of a new Pfizer clinical […]

Same-sex unions pass state Senate

After a debate that lasted until around 7 p.m. yesterday evening, Connecticut state Senators voted 27-9 in favor of a bill to legalize civil unions […]

Conn. weighs ethics reform after Rowland

After the Friday sentencing of former Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland on corruption charges, officials in both the state and the city governments said they […]

Metro-North adds surcharge

Metro-North customers in a hurry may also find themselves in a financial pinch, thanks to a surcharge for on-board ticket sales that took effect yesterday. […]

Alpern fields stem cell questions on state legislature panel

Yale Medical School Dean Robert Alpern testified yesterday on the possible economic and medical benefits of stem cell research at an informational hearing of the […]

Group seeks to better rape response system

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Student representatives of the group Rape and Sexual Violence Prevention met with Yale […]

First black profs recall challenges, successes

When Curtis Patton arrived at Yale to begin teaching, he found himself confronted with armed guards. Patton, one of Yale’s first black professors, had arrived […]