Nick Tabio
Staff Reporter
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Charles Schmuttenmaer: Yale professor of chemistry, “ordinary guy”

On March 23 at 8 p.m., non-essential businesses were closed in Connecticut. As was also true for a litany of businesses and institutions, the research conducted by Charles Schmuttenmaer and his colleagues was “completely shut down.” Yet, Schmuttenmaer said that everyone in his group — students, post-docs and even himself — have found ways to stay “quite, quite productive.”

BOE discusses converting Hill Career High School to a medical shelter

As business, school and everyday life moves online to limit the spread of COVID-19, the New Haven Board of Education held their first virtual meeting […]

New Haven Schools to close indefinitely amid COVID-19 fears

New Haven Public Schools, senior centers and libraries will close indefinitely starting on Friday amid national fear surrounding COVID-19 — the disease caused by the novel […]

On Drinks and Cigs

To those who read, skim, glance at or throw out the Yale Daily News, I have something I want to get off my chest. Feb. […]

NHPS Advocates talk exam opt-outs

Parents, members of the Board of Education and community members joined the New Haven Public School Advocates on Thursday evening to discuss a hot topic […]

Rivera assumes BOE President role

On Monday evening, newly elected New Haven Board of Education President Yesenia Rivera ran her first Board of Education meeting since her unanimous election on […]

Home, from A to B

I am the type of person to respond to the “what part of New York?” question with an awkward stammer and a forced “right outside […]

Jitterbugs and Resolutions

Dorothy Vogt is 57 years old, and this holiday season, she decided to learn the jitterbug. According to the encyclopedia, the jitterbug is an “exuberant […]

New Haven welcomes earthquake victims

The city of New Haven and its public schools are preparing to receive and support Puerto Ricans displaced by a series of devastating natural disasters, […]

Report shows CT colleges lag

Colleges in the Nutmeg State are saddled with low graduation rates and high costs for low-income students, according to a recent report from Education Reform […]

New Haven improves on state exams, still lags

Despite increasing scores, New Haven’s performance on state exams has left administrators frustrated and some questioning the value of “high-stakes testing.” Students in New Haven […]