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Garvin talks WTC site development

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. For architecture professor Alexander Garvin, working with the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation is […]

University Press prints out top books

George Parmly Day, Class of 1897, and his wife, Wilhelmine, founded the Yale University Press in 1908. Over 90 years and 7,000 titles later, the […]

The ‘Sooty Six’ are targets of new laws

The “Sooty Six” hardly need an introduction to environmental activists in Connecticut. The thermal power plants located in Bridgeport, New Haven, Middletown, Norwalk, Montville and […]

ACLU official talks about women’s rights

Lenora Lapidus had one message she wanted her audience to take away with them Monday night. “We want to take the rights we have fought […]

Families of police, firefighters to get $11,000

Two months after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, New Haven safety officials did their part to aid the families of […]

UHS sees increased demand for flu vaccine

Flu shots are always in demand for people attempting to guard against the illness, but this year anthrax scares have made people even more attuned […]

Environmentalists protest ‘Sooty Six’ plants

Four hundred deaths per year, childhood asthma attacks, climate change and mercury contaminated fish. These are some of the charges that have been brought against […]

DEA head debates pro-legalization governor

One said the legalization of illegal drugs would be a “social catastrophe”, the other said such a move would reduce “death, disease and crime.” Asa […]

State courts downtown to merge in 2002

The consolidation of two New Haven Superior Courts should help to balance the scales of justice more efficiently. Connecticut judicial officials have recently proposed combining […]

Program keeps Gallery open late

Normally, the “Night Cafe” is one of the Yale University Art Gallery’s most prized paintings. But this week, it will be an event. On Thursday, […]

Bloom backs up criticism of wizard with book

Fighting the Harry Potter phenomenon may seem like fighting an imminent volcanic eruption: impossible. But famed Yale humanities professor Harold Bloom continues to struggle against […]