Rocel Beatriz Balmes
Staff Reporter
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Ensemble of former inmates protest through the arts

Dressed in varying shades of black and white, five former inmates joined the Judy Dworin Performance Project in a Thurday night performance at the New Haven Free Public Library.

Locals march against Trump policies

New Haven activist groups and community leaders gathered to protest in response to President Donald Trump's executive order.

Martin Luther King, Jr. honored at Peabody

With over 500 visitors, the Peabody was rearranged to highlight activities and performances that interwove King’s speeches and literary works.

Author discusses grassroots organizing

Around 25 students sat down in Morse College last Tuesday with Maya Ajmera, the author of a new book on international development and community growth.

Political engagement runs strong among Yalies

While some students spent the beginning of their fall semester getting re-acclimated to Yale, others spent their weekends traipsing around New England in an effort to register voters in advance of Tuesday’s election.

SOM hosts Live Pitch Competition

Last Thursday, Connecticut Innovations — the state’s leading source of financial support for early-stage companies and small businesses — held its inaugural VentureClash Live Pitch […]

City celebrates largest-ever Pride event

For the third year in a row, the New Haven Pride Center, in conjunction with sponsors and volunteers, hosted New Haven’s largest Pride event to date.