Meera Shoaib
Staff Reporter
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Security concerns in Saybrook following fall burglaries

Upon returning from fall break, some members of Saybrook College returned to find their suites upturned and robbed. On Monday, Saybrook Head of College Thomas […]

Hamden officer charged in April shooting

Connecticut filed criminal charges against Hamden police officer Devin Eaton on Monday for his primary role in the April 16 officers-involved shooting of two unarmed […]

Elm City sees two shootings and a robbery

New Haven has seen two shootings and one armed robbery since Friday evening. On Friday, New Haven police officers responded to reports of gunshots detected […]

New Haven works to teach opioid overdose prevention

On Monday afternoon, the Alliance for Prevention and Wellness held a free opioid overdose prevention workshop in the United Way offices of Greater New Haven. […]

Community discusses Old Coliseum plans

About twenty community members gathered on Tuesday night in the New Haven Hall of Records on 200 Orange St. to hear the proposed plans for […]

Sabin runs for Ward 1

On Tuesday, Eli Sabin ’22 will run uncontested in the Democratic primary to succeed Hacibey Catabasoglu ’19 as alder of New Haven’s Ward 1. Sabin […]

New Haven Free Public Library Cuba talk draws dozens

On Thursday evening, about two dozen New Haven residents and students gathered in the program room of the New Haven Free Public Library to hear […]

New Haven celebrates 381st birthday

In the sunlit atrium of City Hall on Tuesday evening, over 100 people gathered to eat creamy cupcakes and celebrate New Haven’s 381st birthday. The […]

Community activists discuss art, activism and justice

Around 25 community members and activists gathered around an emotionally charged circle Thursday night to discuss the intersections between art, activism and justice. The event, […]

New Haven Free Public Library panel discusses migration

Members of the Yale community and the greater New Haven area crowded within the crimson walls of the program room at the New Haven Free […]

New Haven residents protest U.S. involvement in Venezuela

Cries of “Viva Venezuela!” rang through the crowd outside City Hall on Thursday evening at a protest against U.S. involvement in Venezuelan politics. Roughly 25 […]