Nick Tabio
Staff Reporter
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BOE talks curriculum, Conaway sworn in

Jaylene Hernandez-Gomez is a senior at New Haven Academy. For her civics class this year, she said that she is required to complete an action […]

CT teachers report classroom environmental hazards

Moldy ceiling tiles, rodent feces, overheated classrooms — these are just a few of the environmental conditions some Connecticut teachers are reporting in the state’s […]

Adult Educational Television

Spongebob Squarepants could not have contributed to my intellectual development – at least, that’s how my parents felt in raising me. I loved my babysitter […]

Conaway confirmed, Goldson re-elected

The New Haven Board of Alders confirmed former Riverside Education Academy Principal Larry Conaway by voice vote to serve on the Board of Education on […]

Strangers: At the Movies with Chris Waggoner ’21

Ever walk past a stranger on the paths of Cross Campus and wonder, “Who? Who are you?” Weekend does. Everyone at Yale has a story. […]

Nick Tabio
Alders debate BOE nominee

Members of New Haven’s Latino community crowded the back aisles of the aldermanic chambers on Monday night, waving signs in opposition to the confirmation of […]

BOE, Birks reach exit agreement

Ilene Tracey first got involved in New Haven education in 1980 at Dwight Day Care Center. Just shy of four decades later, she is the […]

The Importance of Objectivity, Marching Bands and “The Oldest College Daily”

Every great newspaper has a motto, a mantra that stresses the importance of independent, objective journalism. “Democracy dies in darkness.” “All the news that’s fit […]

New Haven divided on Columbus legacy

Years following a heated debate about the legacy of John C. Calhoun and the renaming of a residential college at the University, members of the […]

Emiliano Gómez
Few details yet on Birks termination

More than a week after the Board of Education convened to terminate the contract of New Haven Public Schools Superintendent Carol Birks, details of Birks’s […]

A Self-care(ish) WKND

Midterm season is coming and going with its many trials and tribulations. Exams are the headline issue — at least they are for me, *cough […]