Myles Odermann
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Board of Alders approves, stalls Yale building proposals

The University’s plan to transform a recently acquired building into the new Yale Child Study Center received approval from the New Haven Board of Alders Tuesday evening.

Insurance giant Aetna to move headquarters out of Connecticut

In a blow to its economy and nickname, Hartford, “The Insurance Capital of the World,” will no longer host the headquarters of Aetna, one of the largest insurance companies in the country.

Baccalaureate ceremony kicks off 316th Commencement Weekend

Two days before graduation, Yale seniors gathered together one last time in Woolsey Hall.

Biohaven Pharmaceutical raises $168 million in IPO

The company, based in downtown New Haven, raised $168 million in its initial public offering Thursday.

Cosmetics store to replace American Apparel on Broadway

The heart of New Haven’s downtown shopping district on Broadway will soon feature a new cosmetics store.  Bluemercury, a makeup, skincare and perfume retailer, will […]

New apartment complex approved for Whitney Ave.

The East Rock neighborhood will soon see dozens of new apartment units near an area where residents used to donate blood. Now that the project […]

Alpha Phi faces neighborhood pushback over rezoning

Local residents in the Chapel West District are hesitant to welcome a new neighbor, Yale’s Alpha Phi chapter, which plans to move into a renovated […]

City approves 110-unit mixed-use complex

In the newest development of City Hall’s plan to connect the Hill neighborhood to Downtown, a mixed-use building is set to begin construction just two […]

Yale to build events space on York Street

University administrators are looking to convert a York Street facility into a temporary events space.

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East Rock Brewery nears final steps

Elm City residents will soon be able to drink more locally brewed beer when a new brewery opens in East Rock next semester.

New colleges to transform Ward 22 electorate

The opening of Pauli Murray and Benjamin Franklin Colleges this fall is certain to change campus life.