Michelle Liu
Staff Reporter
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Humanities program targets local students

This summer, a dozen students from New Haven Public Schools will have the chance to discuss Locke and Lincoln in a Yale classroom.

Refugees gear up for winter weather

Leslie Koons tossed a container of oatmeal across two tables in a classroom on the second floor of New Haven’s Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services building on Nicoll Street Thursday.

My Day with Hillary (& Two Bernie Supporters)

Two days before the Iowa caucus, I am standing in a Yale visitors’ parking lot, clutching an empty coffee cup and a notebook when I see 13 other students trail into the lot. At the head of the pack is Tyler Blackmon ’16, wearing a yellow knit hat and a large “H” button pinned to the middle of his shirt. All of them look like they could’ve slept for another hour or two.

Tax filing campaign kicks off

At stations scattered throughout the lower level of the New Haven Free Public Library’s main branch, volunteers prepared taxes alongside Elm City residents on Tuesday afternoon.

YSM program to fight addiction, recidivism

Three hundred inmates with a history of substance abuse will soon be connected with resources and treatment to help them transition back to life in New Haven, thanks to a new collaboration between professors at the Yale School of Medicine and state agencies.

Yale Dems, lawmakers talk legislation

A handful of state Democrats sat down in the Branford Common Room Monday evening to map out this year’s legislative landscape, mere days before the […]

Malloy visits Yale, Stamford

Gov. Dannel Malloy visited the Elm City Tuesday afternoon to celebrate the success of LeanCT — a government-efficiency program — two months shy of its […]

The art of Black Pulp!

Q: Why the name “Black Pulp!”? A: We came up with the name “Black Pulp!” because the material we’re focusing on is pulp. A lot […]

State on track to eliminate homelessness

Connecticut is well on its way to eliminating chronic homelessness in 2016, Gov. Dannel Malloy announced during a press conference in New Haven earlier this month.

University pledges to hire 1,000 city residents

After negotiating with its two unions last week, the University pledged on Friday to hire 1,000 more New Haven residents in the next three years.

Local politicians seek fresh faces

Young politicians are a hot commodity in Connecticut this year. After a series of Republican wins at the municipal level in November, West Hartford Democratic […]