Michelle Hackman
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City wins transportation grant

The underdeveloped area around New Haven’s train station may soon get a little busier. Last Thursday, New Haven won a $390,000 grant from the state […]

OPAC launches new website

Searching for information about Yale online is now a multimedia experience. The Office of Public Affairs and Communications’ Yale News website, which replaced Yale Bulletin […]

Malloy struggles to stay popular

Over half of Connecticut voters are expressing buyer’s remorse about Democratic Gov. Dannel Malloy. A poll released last week by the group Public Policy Polling, […]

White House announces fall 2011 interns

The White House released a list of its fall 2011 interns on Tuesday, and five Yalies made the cut. Remember these names — they could […]

Mattia to step down

Yale’s chief communications officer will step down after just two years at the helm of the University’s public affairs office. Thomas Mattia, chief communications officer […]

Family business to leave New Haven

A New Haven family business is starting a bold new venture — in Warwick, R.I. Due to his business’s success, Statewide Meat and Poultry owner […]

Yale profs study depression, treatment

Women with a history of depression no longer have to worry about discontinuing treatment for their condition if they become pregnant, a new Yale study […]

Laundry rooms accept credit cards

Starting this term, students will be ble to pay for loads of laundry with the simple swipe of a credit card. On Thursday, Associated Student […]