Razel Suansing
Staff Reporter
Razel Suansing is a staff reporter and producer for the City, YTV, and Magazine desks. She covers cops and courts, specifically state criminal justice reform efforts, the New Haven Police Department, and the Yale Police Department. Originally from Manila, Philippines, she is a first-year in Davenport College, majoring in Global Affairs.
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What happened to State Street: Behind New Haven’s Polish exodus

On the corner of State Street and Pearl Street stands a stout white-and-red-painted deli. Amid a block of restaurants, Polmag Deli’s brick facade blends into […]

Mayor Elicker nominates UNH professor to the Board of Police

On Sept. 24, Mayor Justin Elicker announced his nomination of University of New Haven professor Michael Lawlor to serve on the Board of Police Commissioners. […]

Yale professor Louise Glück wins Nobel Prize in Literature

On Oct. 8, Louise Glück, Rosenkranz writer-in-residence at Yale and adjunct English professor, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. The Norwegian Nobel Committee described […]

Yale scholars discuss future of the Supreme Court

Following the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, members of both the Yale Law School and Yale College communities expressed their opinions on the Supreme […]

Youth Services Department, alders discuss learning hub challenges

At the Board of Alders Youth and Youth Services Committee Zoom meeting on Wednesday night, the Youth Services Department discussed the challenges in addressing educational […]

Board of Education moves to open in-person clinic services at 16 local schools

With New Haven public schools continuing to operate through remote education during the first 10 weeks of the fall semester, the Board of Education approved […]

Jackson leadership, faculty unfazed by pandemic amid institute’s conversion to school

Even facing a global pandemic, administrators of the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs remain hopeful that the Institute’s expansion will continue on schedule. On April […]

Quality remains an issue in city’s COVID-19 racial data

Despite the recent decline in New Haven’s coronavirus cases, the issue of data quality surrounding COVID-19 patients — specifically unknowns in the patients’ race or […]

YLS Solomon Center conducts workshops on COVID and constitutional law

While the global pandemic has forced many experts to reconsider the effectiveness of domestic healthcare programs, a Yale Law School panel on Wednesday stressed that […]

First years look to FroCos for support during unprecedented move-in

As Yale College welcomes students back to campus, first-year counselors are reimagining how to help Yale’s newest members adjust — from navigating the chaos of […]