Nick Tabio
Staff Reporter
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Elicker, residents weigh in on Birks

In the wake of the New Haven Board of Education’s Oct. 2 decision to terminate the contract of Superintendent Carol Birks, city residents are weighing […]

BOE agrees to terminate Superintendent’s contract

The Board of Education convened for a special session on Wednesday evening to terminate the contract of New Haven Public Schools’ Superintendent Carol Birks. The […]

Climate change: Yale and abroad

Adriana Colón ’20 passed out Puerto Rican flags to protestors on Cross Campus Wednesday afternoon. She approached the microphone demanding the immediate divestment of Yale […]

On the fucking merits of Fall Out Boy, and other things I think about when I smoke cigarettes

There are things I don’t have to worry about when I smoke alone. I don’t have to say, “Jeez, windy day,” when I can’t get […]

Charity hosts fashion show

Last Thursday, Liberty Community Services — a New Haven charity committed to ending homelessness in the greater New Haven area — hosted its 11th annual […]

Yale and the Puerto Rican Debt Crisis

On Dec. 7, 2018, several groups of student activists walked into the Yale Investments Office and sat down in protest of Yale’s holdings in fossil […]

Environmental Council talks soil, textile recycling

At the Environmental Advisory Council’s monthly meeting on Wednesday, the council gave updates on efforts to maintain soil health throughout New Haven and encouraged textile […]

Dispute between strip club and affordable housing developer continues

After months of legal disputes and a court-ordered eviction in February, Scores Gentlemen’s Club & Steakhouse is battling to stay in business on St. John […]

Affordable Housing Task Force presents final report

For over 50 years of her life, registered nurse Lisa McKnight lived in New Haven, raising her children in her childhood home in the Hill […]

A Reluctant Defense of Faith

Dear Reader, I find myself again thinking and therefore writing about my Catholic, conservative upbringing in Westchester, New York. My house was in Croton-On-Hudson, a […]

EAC hosts Tweed expansion dissident

The battle against increased air traffic has been waged by New Haven environmental activists for a decade. Due to recent legislative efforts at the city […]