Michelle Liu
Staff Reporter
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Multipurpose creative space comes to East Rock

Just two days after opening its doors in East Rock, the Haven Collective has already had to extend its closing hours to accommodate the influx of customers curious to learn more about the store’s “shop / gather / create” motto.

Harp declares today Indigenous People’s Day

Amid beating drums and a traditional Native American Round Dance, roughly 40 city residents and Yale students gathered on the New Haven Green on Sunday afternoon to protest Columbus Day.

Malloy, Foley trade accusatory punches

Gov. Dannel Malloy and Republican challenger Tom Foley exchanged vitriolic accusations during their fourth major televised debate in Hartford Thursday afternoon.

Study examines reducing porn use

A new Yale study sheds light on what may be the most effective strategies for curbing porn use.

Coast Guard to aid oil spill clean-up

The U.S. Coast Guard will assist in the cleanup of an oil spill at Mill River in New Haven this week after a report filed by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection alerted them to the slick.

Food and culture celebrated at Night Market

The second annual Night Market, organized by the Asian American Students Alliance (AASA), lit up the Branford Library Walk with paper lanterns on Oct. 3.

Students ambivalent on safety report

The University released its annual report on campus and fire safety last Friday, revealing fluctuations in campus crime over the past three years.

Brunch makes brief appearance downtown

New Haven residents have an innovative new option for Sunday brunch — but only for two more weeks.

Research suggests new consciousness hub

Hal Blumenfeld is a professor of neurology, neurobiology and neurosurgery at the Yale School of Medicine.

New Haven installs thousands of LED light

The engineering department at city hall is partway through replacing approximately 11,000 lights across the city.