Michelle Liu
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Charges dropped against Menafee

“I’m feeling great,” Corey Menafee told a cheering crowd as he walked out of the courthouse Tuesday morning.

Yale worker who broke Calhoun window accepts offer for reinstatement

Yale has offered to rehire Corey Menafee, a dining hall worker who smashed a window depicting slaves picking cotton in Calhoun College last month.

Atticus unfairly fired employee, local group says

About a dozen demonstrators from Unidad Latina en Acción protested outside Atticus Bookstore and Cafe on Saturday, accusing the establishment of unfair compensation.

After smashing Calhoun window panel, Menafee to ask for job back

The former Yale dining hall worker who smashed a slavery-themed window in Calhoun College last month plans to formally request reinstatement to his job through his union.

Police report surfaces in Menafee incident

Two weeks before breaking the window, Corey Menafee had a conversation with an alumnus about racist imagery in the college.

Charges likely to drop against worker who smashed window

University President Peter Salovey said Tuesday that the State Attorney’s Office “indicated a willingness” to abide by Yale’s request and drop the charges.

Emporium DNA closes Broadway location

Just a year and a half after settling in at 1 Broadway Avenue, high-end retailer Emporium DNA has closed up shop.

University confers 3,628 degrees at 315th Commencement

Sunlight filtered through the Old Campus trees as students, faculty and administrators from Yale College and the University’s graduate and professional schools gathered for Yale’s 315th Commencement Ceremony Monday morning.

Facing layoffs, clerical union confronts Yale

Cloudy skies and strong winds did not stop nearly 2,000 of Yale’s workers and local community members from gathering in front of the medical school Thursday afternoon to protest upcoming layoffs to the University’s clinical staff.

University continues to fight S.B. 414

Standing in the President’s Room of Woolsey Hall Wednesday morning, President Peter Salovey reminisced darkly on his experience of the “old days” of town-gown conflict between Yale and New Haven in previous decades.

Trump, Clinton take CT

Republican Donald J. Trump won a commanding victory in Connecticut’s presidential primary Tuesday, while Democrat Hillary Clinton LAW ’73, eked out a narrow victory against Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.