Sarah Bruley
Staff Reporter
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Program aims to close Connecticut’s reading achievement gap

To combat Connecticut’s achievement gap in reading levels, the Connecticut Commission on Children has launched a pilot program to improve educational standards in 15 public schools across the state.

Duke professor analyzes Proust

Duke professor and literary critic Fredric Jameson GRD ’56 PHD ’59 gave his interpretation of the works of French author Marcel Proust during a Tuesday lecture.

Poet discusses memories, time

American poet John Koethe likes to experiment with the concept of time. Koethe read selections from his poetry in front of a crowd of roughly […]

BRULEY: Solving Yale Station

If a line is so long that students would rather throw their self-preservation to the wind and stay in the building when a fire alarm sounds than risk losing their hard-earned places in line, then Yale Station needs to come up with a solution quickly.

Urban advocates call for transportation reform

An unnamed group of concerned New Haven residents has organized to advocate for improved public transportation, specifically reforming the Elm City’s bus system.

Carolina endorses Elicker

Ward 10 Alderman Justin Elicker FES ’10 SOM ’10 received the endorsement of a former opponent Wednesday afternoon.

Morrison defeats two Ward 22 challengers

Incumbent Jeanette Morrison, the alderman who represents four of Yale’s residential colleges, clinched the democratic nomination for Ward 22 in Tuesday’s primary.

Low voter turnout for Ward 22 primary

Voter turnout for today’s Democratic primary in Ward 22 remained low, with just 392 voters showing up by 6 p.m. The number of people that […]