Nathaniel Rosenberg
Staff Reporter
Nathaniel Rosenberg is City Editor for the News. He previously served as Audience Editor, where he managed the News's newsletter content, covered cops and courts and housing and homelessness for the City Desk. Originally from Silver Spring, MD, he is a junior in Morse College majoring in history.
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“An imbalance of power”: Students criticize YPD for limited reforms

As YPD implements a new differential response model to emergency calls, student activists have continued to push for abolition.

YPU and “Red Scare” podcaster Dasha Nekrasova resolve to polarize

Actress and online personality Dasha Nekrasova joined the Yale Political Union to debate political polarization.

Elicker leads with optimism in State of the City speech

Mayor Justin Elicker highlighted economic growth and financial stability while promising to improve education and housing in his annual State of the City address.

Community leaders link police violence against Tyre Nichols and Randy Cox

At a Saturday press conference, speakers drew parallels between two recent examples of police brutality, while also pressing for reforms in both New Haven and broader Connecticut.

New Haveners mourn Tyre Nichols, challenge police violence

Rally attendees engaged in speeches, chants and poetry while decrying police violence and advocating for reforms.

More details emerge about Old Campus swatting incident

Police have confirmed a rough timeline of events, interactions with the caller and a potentially racist motivation behind false reports made by unidentified individuals on Tuesday morning.

New Haven names inaugural violence prevention coordinator

Mayor Justin Elicker appointed violence prevention advocate and former parole officer Reuel Parks to head the Violence Prevention Office.

False reports of armed student in Bingham Hall triggers Old Campus lockdown

Police responded to false reports about a student committing crime resulting in a lockdown during the early hours of Tuesday.

Activists challenge city use of COVID-19 relief funding for police SUVs

As alders consider the mayor’s most recent disbursement of $4.5 million of American Rescue Plan funding, some activists question whether the funds are being spent well.

Advocates renew push for a Medical Civil Rights Act in Connecticut

In the wake of Randy Cox’s paralyzation at the hands of police, members of the Medical Civil Rights Initiative and local politicians are looking to expand the medical rights of those who come into contact with police.

Cox’s suit against city moves forward with possible settlement discussions

In a recent filing, the city and plaintiff, Randy Cox who is suing New Haven in a civil case of police brutality, set forth rules for their $100 million settlement discussions.