Nadrina Ebrahimi
Staff Reporter
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Harp launches new sustainability program

On Thursday, Mayor Toni Harp announced new city initiatives promoting sustainability and emissions reductions.

Study sheds light on risk aversion in older people

As humans age, the amount of gray matter throughout the brain decreases, explaining the observed relationship between aging and risk avoidance.

Voters express Election Day grievances

The Downtown Wooster Square Community Management Team and the New Haven Votes Coalition teamed up Thursday evening to hold a citizens’ forum.

Phi Beta Kappa to induct 75 students

Next week, 13 Yale juniors and 62 seniors will join the ranks of the prestigious academic honor society Phi Beta Kappa.

Yale economists highlight frequency of surprise ER bills

People treated in emergency rooms may end up going home with a surprisingly large bill.

Malloy reopens legalizing pot

Last week residents in four states voted to legalize recreational weed — and Connecticut might be next. In recent statements, Gov. Dannel Malloy has said he will also consider re-evaluating marijuana legalization and sale.

Q House to begin construction this spring

After years of planning, the Q House, a community center in the Dixwell neighborhood, is set to open by the end of 2018.

Budget cuts could close vocational schools

Under pressure from budget cuts, the State Department of Education proposed last week to cut two technical schools in the state. The specific schools will […]

Tales From the Say-Crypt

Throughout the past 20 years, it is impossible to deny that Saybrook College has had a string of unfortunate events. These events are what lead […]

Alders decline to change city homebuying

Elm City officials tabled a proposal Wednesday night that would have paved the way for the city to expand New Haven’s low affordable housing stock.