Book features New Haven journalism

The New Haven Independent is used to exemplify the innovation required for journalists to stay afloat in an industry fraught with layoffs and bankruptcies.

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Advocacy continues for immigration reform

Mayor John DeStefano Jr. and State Rep. Gary Holder-Winfield blasted the Secure Communities deportation program.

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Darnell, Title IX links probed

Title IX experts said that John Darnell's illicit relationship with a student-turned-professor may also be associated with a breach of Title IX regulations.

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Biden joins CT senators on gun control

Vice President Joe Biden heralded a nationwide campaign for urgent, comprehensive overhaul of gun laws during a Thursday conference in Danbury.

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State Dems favor Obama education plan

State and local legislators lauded President Barack Obama for initiating a federal push for a major overhaul of public education during his State of the Union address last week.

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Youth march for jobs

The children of the New Elm City Dream youth group joined adult volunteers Monday evening in a Valentine’s March for Love, Jobs and Peace, led in part by Ward 1 Alderman Sarah Eidelson.

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State, city officials blast Malloy budget

A panel of eight state senators and representatives criticized Gov. Dannel Malloy’s proposed budget for the coming fiscal year/

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UPDATED: Admins, city cope with aftermath of storm

After a brutal winter storm buried the Northeast in historic accumulations of snow as of Saturday morning, city and University emergency response teams are working around the clock to facilitate a return to normalcy. The Elm City was blanketed in 34 inches of snow, causing the National Weather Service to issue a special weather statement […]

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Update: Admins tackle Blizzard Nemo

As students bundled up in cold-weather gear to throw snowballs amid afternoon flurries, city officials and University administrators met to provide updated storm response procedures before the eye of what meteorologists are dubbing a historic storm hits the Elm City this evening. “This is not an ordinary snowstorm,” Dean of Yale College Mary Miller wrote […]

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Blizzard slams into region

The Elm City is bracing for what some meteorologists are calling the “storm of the year," which will slam into the East Coast starting today.

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Amid budget crisis, Malloy boosts school funding

Gov. Dannel Malloy announced a $152 million increase in state aid to Connecticut public schools at a Tuesday press conference.

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