Michelle Liu
Staff Reporter
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Yale builds humanities outreach network

Administrators from the Office of New Haven and State Affairs have begun to craft a network knitting together the wide variety of arts and humanities programs for New Haven Public Schools students offered by the University.

Local 34 delivers petition to Salovey and Alpern

Local 34, Yale’s union of clerical and technical workers, petitioned the University on Wednesday to secure the 986 Yale School of Medicine jobs the union says are at risk of disappearing.

Dancy, Diaz win Ward 22

Just after 8 p.m. on Super Tuesday, canvassers and candidates alike crowded through the side entrance of Wexler-Grant Community School, seeking primary results for the city’s only contested co-chair race this year.

Co-chair candidates walk Ward 22

On a dark and drizzly Wednesday evening, Dixwell Alder Jeanette Morrison went door to door on Henry Street, introducing neighborhood residents to Ward 22 Democratic co-chair candidates Victoria Dancy and Gabrielle Diaz ’18.

FAFSA workshop assists local families

This spring, a new resource will be available to Elm City families looking to navigate the college financial aid process.

YCBA, Chapel Haven partner for autism awareness

Children and adults alike transformed pinecones, telephone wire and aluminum piping into a bird sanctuary and accompanying sculpture to raise awareness for autism last Saturday.

Women’s conference preps local students

This weekend, more than 60 aspiring female leaders will learn the ins-and-outs of networking and campaigning in the School of Management’s Evans Hall.

Grad housing approved

Although the City Plan Commission approved a Yale site plan for new graduate student housing on Elm Street Wednesday evening, the University’s proposal to build a parking lot two blocks away did not fare as well.

Preliminary health survey results discussed

Attendees of this year’s Nourish New Haven conference — a series of events exploring local nutrition issues — connected the dots between food justice, sustainability and community wellness in the Divinity School chapel Friday.

Ward 22 co-chair race takes off

While some students are watching presidential primaries pick up around the country, a local race is heating up in Ward 22.

Hillhouse High brings the pep

Dressed in navy blue uniforms and stationed courtside at the John J. Lee Amphitheater, the Hillhouse Band could almost be mistaken for a Yale pep band if not for the fact that each member is still in high school.