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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Randy Cox attorneys and family decry insufficient charges for officers

Cox’s team called for city support, felony charges for the five officers charged with misdemeanors for their role in permanently paralyzing Cox.

Yale alums win big in midterm elections

Yale alumni ascended to positions of power on the federal, state and local levels, including offices in Connecticut, Florida and New York. Many alum incumbents kept their seats, while other races remained too close to call.

New Haven launches non-violent crisis response team

Social workers are now supplementing first responders at crisis scenes in a city collaboration with Yale.

New “Cookies with Cops” program comes to New Haven elementary schools

School Resource Officers have started visiting elementary schools across the city to promote policing.

Miscommunication complicates police investigation into suspected hate crime outside Davenport College

New details from police and witnesses have emerged about the suspected hate crime that occurred on York Street in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Graduate Hotel workers form union, settle contract

Housekeepers, bartenders and receptionists formed the first new hotel union in New Haven in 25 years.

Suspected hate crime committed outside Davenport College, police investigate

Early Saturday Morning, a Latino man was assaulted in what the New Haven Police Department is investigating as a hate crime.

Four Years of Toad’s Place: From Covid to Taylor Swift

No music venue is as integral to the Yale experience as Toad’s Place. The nightclub, which hosts a Yale-only, Wednesday-night dance party known as “Woads,” […]

“This is not the moment we should be holding back”: Community provides passionate input on influx of federal funding

Dozens testify to the Board of Alders on a proposed spending plan for $53 million from the American Rescue Plan

Yale quizbowl team wins back to back national championships

Yale quizbowl wins second national title in two weeks, in a tight competition that came down to the final question.

Yale team wins quizbowl national championship

A first-year led team won the Division II National Championship in Chicago last weekend.