Patrick Lee
Kowalewski: American Apparel targets college style

Adrian Kowalewski is the director of Corporate Finance and Development at American Apparel, which will open a store on Broadway in time for the next […]

Tyco retracts offer of Doodle grace period

The latest move in the strategic game of chess between Yankee Doodle Coffee Shop owner Rick Beckwith and Tyco owner Mike Iannuzzi seems to have […]

Tyco to delay rental of Doodle space

Tyco owner and co-landlord Mike Iannuzzi announced Monday he would not put the Yankee Doodle Coffee Shop space back on the market for two months […]

At Mory’s, alcohol policies tightened

Plastic wristbands may be added to the unofficial uniform of J. Press jackets — for those under 21. Mory’s on Tuesday announced three new additions […]

At Wexler/Grant, confusion over affiliation

Yalies don’t often pass by the glass-paned facade of Wexler/Grant Community School, but Super Tuesday changed all that. From 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. yesterday, […]

University willing to rent space to Doodle

The Lancraft Fife and Drum Corps’ renditions of “Yankee Doodle” echoed several blocks from its namesake restaurant down Elm Street on Sunday afternoon, as Yale […]

Alumni rally to resurrect the Doodle

Yankee Doodle may come back to town, riding on support from University students and alumni. Since the restaurant closed Monday, citing “economic considerations” — and […]

The 1918 influenza quarantine

Today the Gothic Gates of campus may appear to separate Yale from the rest of New Haven. In 1918, this barrier was taken to the […]

Food banks hit by supply shortage

For many of New Haven’s homeless and poor, chicken dinner at soup kitchens every night is a sign of bad times. A shortage in food-bank […]

UCS reports surge in medical-school apps.

The number of Yalies applying to medical school this fall has increased since last fall, according to data compiled by Undergraduate Career Services. There has […]

Local examines racism in health care

The seeds of national change to combat racism may be growing in a cozy dwelling on Pendleton Street. While racism has been, and continues to […]