Natasha Khazzam
Staff Reporter
Natasha Khazzam covers climate & the environment. Originally from Great Neck, New York, she is a first-year in Davenport College majoring in history and linguistics.
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Yale team places fifth in prestigious Putnam mathematics competition

A Yale team ranked in the top five of the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition for the first time in 30 years, earning $5,000 for the department.

Compost program bridges the gap between urban life and sustainable living

Prior to founding Peels and Wheels, a composting business operating in New Haven, Domingo Medina spent years cultivating a balance between global communities and the land around them.

New youth-led climate project seeks to implement reforms in city public schools

The New Haven Climate Movement gathered a team of local students to advocate for the implementation of sustainable reforms within New Haven Public Schools.

New Haven creates new office to equitably address climate change

The Office of Climate and Sustainability will concentrate the city’s efforts towards environmental progress, with goals including conservation efforts and implementing clean energy in residential and public spaces.

Mediterranean fine dining restaurant opens on College Street

New York chef Vincent Chirico opened his first restaurant in Connecticut last month, which combines traditional flavors with a touch of the unexpected.

Turkey drive addresses food insecurity as holiday season approaches

In preparation for Thanksgiving, the City of New Haven distributed over 1,000 turkeys to families in need.

Students prepare for national mathematics competition

The prestigious and notoriously difficult William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition is scheduled to take place on Dec. 3.

YC3 hosts speed-friending event at The Acorn

Coffee and Connections, a recurring event hosted by Yale College Community Care, focused on facilitating conversations and fostering friendships among Yalies.

Cultural centers host intercultural spirit stories night for Halloween

Students from the Native American Cultural Center, Asian American Cultural Center, Afro-American Cultural Center and La Casa Cultural gathered to share ghost stories on Tuesday night.

Fair Haven’s “Fiesta Latina” celebrates Latinx culture and community

Organizers spoke to recent challenges such as climate disasters, food shortages and housing crises that have impacted New Haven’s Latinx residents while also celebrating heritage and community bonds.

Youth climate activists rally on Green

The New Haven Climate Movement reemphasized their demands for climate action in the wake of a historic natural disaster in Puerto Rico.