Neil Katsuyama
Officials, experts consider effects of federal funding cuts on city

City officials gathered in City Hall last night to discuss the impact of President George W. Bush’s ’68 $2.57 trillion budget on New Haven programs. […]

Streets’ new book to explore religious roots of University

There was a time when people didn’t watch Paris Hilton religiously. There was a time when religion was followed religiously. University Chaplain Frederick Streets, in […]

Bush budget angers some city officials

New Haven may face significant reductions in grants for law enforcement, housing and community development next year if the recommendations contained in President Bush’s recent […]

Aldermen may control parking fee

More than 100 community members attended a public hearing yesterday to voice their opinions on proposed legislation that would give the Board of Aldermen the […]

Church of Christ in Yale pastor wins prestigious award

Rev. Samuel Slie DIV ’52 ’63 was presented with the Gandhi, King, Ikeda Community Builders prize Friday at the Afro-American Cultural Center. Presented by Dean […]

Old city buildings are tested for lead paint

As part of a renewed enforcement effort in New Haven, the Environmental Protection Agency has ordered $80,000 in repairs in 31 city apartments contaminated with […]

Divinity School appoints new historical theology professor

The Yale Divinity School and the Department of Religious Studies appointed Denys Turner, a University of Cambridge theologian, to a senior position in historical theology […]

City looks for solutions to homelessness

Sal Forgione Jr. stops by the Dunkin’ Donuts on Church and Center streets most nights. But unlike most other customers, Forgione spends his days sitting […]

Church worries about effects of coming split

Following the recent announcement that the Church of Christ in Yale will become non-denominational next fall, members of the United Church of Christ have expressed […]

Yale to reform campus religion

Following the recommendations of a University committee, Yale officials are searching for ways to implement wide-ranging reforms to religious life on campus, including increased support […]

Church backs gay rights by calling off weddings

New Haven’s St. Thomas Episcopal Church will not perform any marriage ceremonies in order to voice their support of gay marriage, the church announced late […]