Monica Disare
Staff Reporter
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City living spurs volunteering

Davis Nguyen ’15 did not think when he matriculated at Yale that he would spend his time volunteering in New Haven.

Student offers financial literacy class

Several teenage African-American girls from New Haven gathered in a Yale Health Center room last Thursday, not to hang out or do homework, but to learn about finance.

Law School clinic helps battle state over education funding

A group of attorneys and Yale law students teamed up on Monday to battle the state over Connecticut’s education standards.

Despite construction, 1 Broadway still empty

Though construction crews have been diligently working on the corner of 1 Broadway throughout the summer, a tenant has yet to pick up the prime retail location.

Belgian cafe opening on Broadway

The Broadway district acquired another cafe this week, with the partial opening of Maison Mathis.

Morrison defeats two Ward 22 challengers

Incumbent Jeanette Morrison, the alderman who represents four of Yale’s residential colleges, clinched the democratic nomination for Ward 22 in Tuesday’s primary.

UP CLOSE | With election, town-gown relations at key juncture

A new mayor will soon be sworn in who has the power to continue bridging the gap between Yale and New Haven or topple the work of the past two decades.

Student, master clash over freedom of expression

As students gathered for a Master’s Tea in Ezra Stiles College Wednesday, tensions related to campus political expression arose outside.

Professors hold fundraiser for Elicker

At the home of Yale School of Management professor Douglas Rae, several Yale faculty members and neighbors met to fundraise for Ward 10 Alderman Justin Elicker FES ’10 SOM ’10

Eight days before primary, Harp fields questions from students

With only eight days before the mayoral primary, State Sen. Toni Harp ARC ’78 spent time on Yale’s campus fielding questions from inquisitive Elis about her candidacy for mayor.

Gourmet Heaven protests continue

The boycott of Gourmet Heaven continued with a protest that supporters said will repeat every week until employees receive back pay.