Max Graham
Staff Reporter
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Most studies misuse data set, researchers find

A team of researchers, including a professor and a postdoctoral researcher at Yale, recently published a paper with troubling findings: The vast majority of a […]

Yale, City Hall co-host tour

In April 1775, before he became infamous for treason, Benedict Arnold stood outside New Haven’s town hall and demanded barrels of gunpowder, which he was […]

Storytellers gather in New Haven

A shepherd boy eludes trolls in Iceland. A girl grows up in the Bronx. A young man learns to drive. These were just a few […]

New Wooster Square coffee shop to open

For several months, residents of Wooster Square have had to venture beyond the convenient confines of their neighborhood in search of a cup of joe. […]

Catholics, Protestants pray together

Five hundred years ago yesterday, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenberg church, commencing the Protestant Reformation. But on Tuesday […]

Church St. application moves forward

New Haven is now one step closer to obtaining $30 million in federal funding for the improvement of the Hill neighborhood, including the redevelopment of […]

New Haven to move forward with Amazon proposal

Despite a lack of support from the state, New Haven and Bridgeport are moving ahead with a joint proposal to host Amazon’s second company headquarters. […]

New businesses open on newly renovated Long Wharf

Burrito in hand, Jeff Scribner looked out across the water, soaking in the panoramic view of the Long Island Sound just minutes from downtown New […]