Michelle Liu
Staff Reporter
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Bill Clinton LAW ’73 holds event

To a crowd of roughly 200 at Wilbur Cross High School Monday evening, former President Bill Clinton LAW ’73 retold the story of his first date with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton LAW ’73.

Law profs deem tax bill constitutional

While Yale has maintained that a controversial bill regarding its property taxes is unconstitutional, 11 law professors — many of whom currently teach at or […]

Elm City clergy supports property tax bill

In a suit and bow tie, Elder Ron Hurt prayed alongside the 30 people seated in Deliverance Temple Church Thursday afternoon. Then, he segued into the political.

Make Hartford Great Again

Last Friday afternoon I stopped briefly on Cross Campus at a table set up by Yale Students for Bernie, who refused to speak to me […]

Tax bill threatens local groups

After over a century of performing concerts in Woolsey Hall, the New Haven Symphony Orchestra may have to stop calling the performance venue home.

City reviews science building plan

The impending construction of a new Yale science building will not create parking issues for the Elm City, University officials stressed at a City Plan Commission meeting Wednesday evening.

Mixed-use development resurfaces

A Dixwell mixed-use development featuring several units of affordable housing resurfaced at a Board of Zoning Appeals meeting Tuesday evening.

University fights property tax bill

Payne Whitney Gym, the Yale Repertory Theater and the Yale Center for Genome Analysis could all be subject to a controversial proposed state tax, according to University spokespeople.

Endowment tax fails, property tax advances

Though a controversial proposal to tax the University’s $25.6 billion endowment has died in committee, a concurrent bill aiming to clarify Yale’s taxable property advanced in the state legislature this Thursday.

DeLauro promotes wage theft reform

Brothers Axel and Henry Tubac were working at Presidential Marble & Granite in Hamden when they stopped receiving paychecks for six straight weeks last year. After Axel Tubac asked his boss about the missing pay, he was instructed to keep installing kitchens.

Yale properties remain under tax scrutiny

Though state Senate President Martin Looney, D-New Haven, declared a recent proposal to tax Yale’s endowment officially dead, a bill re-evaluating the University’s taxable property still remains on the legislative table.