Natalia Thompson
Yale Women’s Center: A broader movement for change

Yesterday, 16 Yale students and alumni released a statement making public a Title IX complaint against Yale University. The complaint contends that, by failing to […]

State money to fight violence skips New Haven

More than $1.5 million of federal stimulus funding is going toward fighting domestic violence in Connecticut — but probably not in New Haven. The Connecticut […]

‘East of Havana’ co-director talks film at Tea

After the lights in the Saybrook Underbrook theater dimmed, an audience of about 20 Yalies was transported to the crumbling apartments of Alamar, a seaside […]

Local papers confront modern obstacles

Despite circulation and advertising problems plaguing newspapers nationwide, three small, local news ventures — the New Haven Independent, La Voz Hispana and the New Haven […]

At Yale-sponsored summit, leaders discuss energy policy

Officials from around the world gathered Thursday to share perspectives from the developing and developed world on climate change. Leaders from U.S. and Indian government […]

Are you there, Yale? It’s me, Judy Blume.

Eight years after her last visit to Yale, Judy Blume returned to New Haven for a Calhoun College Master’s Tea and thanked Yale students for […]

On the ground: Dems bring out the vote

Even as Yale students dive into the chaos of shopping period, the Yale College Democrats want Yalies to know that there is life outside the […]