Task force debates school safety

A state bipartisan task force is grappling with whether increasing armed security personnel at Connecticut public schools is necessary.

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Darnell suspension rattles Egyptology

When John Darnell agreed to a one-year suspension from the Yale faculty, he left the Egyptology division of NELC without a chair and with just one full-time faculty member.

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NELC work environment criticized

Two sources close to the department said they approached administrators about a “hostile work environment” in the department as early as 2010.

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Details emerge about Darnell suspension

A week after John Darnell's resignation, details on his violations of University policy and suspension from the Yale faculty have begun to emerge.

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Darnell suspended following affair with fellow professor, former student

Four individuals with close ties to the department said Darnell's policy violations involve NELC assistant professor Colleen Manassa ’01 GRD ’05.

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Amidst grieving, Obama calls for action

Community members packed into Newtown High School to commemorate the lives of the 27 killed Friday.

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Ross ’13 negotiates tailgate charges

Attorney William Dow ’63 appeared in New Haven Superior Court Thursday to continue working with judicial officials to resolve charges of reckless driving and negligent homicide against his client Brendan Ross ’13, who drove the U-Haul truck involved in a fatal crash at the 2011 Yale-Harvard tailgate. Ross, who was not present for the Thursday pretrial hearing because […]

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Lieberman may swing vote on fiscal cliff

A month shy of his retirement after four terms in office, Connecticut Sen. Joseph Lieberman ’64 LAW ’67 may represent a swing vote on legislation that would deter the upcoming “fiscal cliff,” which is expected to go into effect next January. The Democratic senator said in a Monday press conference that his vote depends on […]

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City misses ‘Race’ cut

The city lost out last week on nearly $30 million in federal funds from Race to the Top.

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Detained immigrant released

Josemaria Islas, a local undocumented Mexican immigrant whose detention incited widespread controversy, will be released from the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

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Campus Customs releases Yale crocs, makes fashion faux pas

Searching for the perfect stocking-stuffer for a person you hate? Look no further than Campus Customs. The store has added to its list of merchandise signature Yale Crocs in classic navy, perfect for gifts for students looking to display their pride from head to Bigfoot-sized toe this holiday season. Nothing conveys a furtive insult like a […]

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