Pooja Salhotra
Staff Reporter
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North Haven school considers yoga pants ban

North Haven High School students donned leggings and yoga pants on Monday morning to protest a potential change in the school’s dress code. Last Friday, […]

Law School clinic helps battle state over education funding

A group of attorneys and Yale law students teamed up on Monday to battle the state over Connecticut’s education standards.

The sour side of sugar cereals

Cereal companies market unhealthy foods by exploiting kids’ imaginations and limited cognitive abilities, according to a recent study by the Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity.

‘Believe in People’ moves work to Asia

Although several months have passed since New Haven’s infamous street artist “Believe in People” (BiP) last struck the walls in the Elm City, he has […]

Gendler tells freshmen to keep an open mind

1,359 members of the class of 2017 filed into Woolsey Hall to hear words of advice from philosophy and psychology professor Tamar Gendler ’87.

‘Hartford-New Haven’ ranked nation’s sixth-drunkest city

In The Daily Beast’s list of America's 25 drunkest cities of 2012 released last week, “Hartford-New Haven" took sixth place, following Boston, Norfolk, Milwaukee, Charleston and Austin.